How long does it take for a pecan tree to produce?

Answer If the tree is a grafted variety, you can expect light crops in around three years, with the tree reaching full production in ten years. A seedling plant would take at least fifteen years to produce.

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Does the male pecan tree produce nuts?

Pecan trees produce male and female flowers on each tree, but usually at different times. A tree in the male flowering stage cannot produce nuts. A tree in the female flowering stage that is cross-... Read More »

How many pounds of pecans does a pecan tree produce?

Pecan trees are alternate bearing and do not produce consistent yields from year to year. An older tree, aged 15 years or greater, might produce 100 to 200 lbs. annually if regular growth condition... Read More »

How long until a pecan tree has nuts?

According to Agrilife Extension of the Texas A&M System, the age pecan trees start nut production depends on the species. Generally, pecan trees begin fruit production between five to eight years o... Read More »

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