Carya illinoinensis 'Lakota Grafted'

Lakota Pecan

'Lakota' cross-pollinates successfully with pecan cultivars, 'Pawnee', 'Osage', and 'Giles'. Time of nut maturity is early, similar to 'Giles', and about two weeks after 'Pawnee'. SOLD OUT NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR 2011.

Provides food and cover for wildlife
Prefers moist soils
New introduction
Nuts have excellent quality and are easily shelled

Item

Description

On Hand

Future

12075 S3-3 RPM 353 0

More about Carya illinoinensis 'Lakota Grafted':

'Lakota' was formerly grown under test No. 64-6-502. A Mahan X Major cross made back in 1964.'Lakota' has performed well in tests in the northern pecan production areas of Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Oklahoma and Texas. Trees are vigorous, upright in growth habit and develop strong limb angles and a wind-resistant tree structure. 'Lakota' is very resistant to scab disease, with medium susceptibility to yellow and black aphids.

Within Forrest Keeling's quality "grafted" offerings, are named cultivars such as this pecan cultivars. We also sell seedlings from known seed sources including selected cultivars. This gives you a pecan superior to a chance seedling, at a economical cost. We do the same for walnuts and chestnuts, like the Bond Orchard Selection Chestnuts.

Lakota Pecan Growing and Maintenance Tips:

Produced using Forrest Keeling's patented RPM Root Production Method ® technology for exceptional growth and survivability.

Check on our cultivars such as 'Kansa', 'Major', 'Normal', 'Pawnee', 'Peruque' and 'Posey' for specific conservation and agricultural benefits. Good quality nuts are also found on our grafted varieties, including 'Colby', 'Kanza', 'Lakota', 'Normal', 'Peruque' and 'Posey'.

Height:

70-100 Feet

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Spread:

40-75 Feet

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Hardiness Zone:

5-9

Characteristics & Attributes
Exposure
Full Sun
Soil Moisture Preference
Moist, Well-Drained
Attracts Wildlife
Songbirds
Upland Birds and Game
Attributes
Specimen
Habit
Deciduous