How long does a pecan tree live?
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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.
A pecan tree can start producing pecans anywhere from 4 to 10 yearsif they are grafted. Ungrafted trees can take 10 to 15 years beforeproducing pecans.
In most regions of the US, it is once a year during Fall. Not sure about places in the Tropics.
The million dollar pecan tree in Dallas, TX has been around since shortly after the civil war and it still lives and bears crop. That would make it nearly a hundred and fifty …years old. Evidently they can live much longer. How long? We will have to wait and see.
At the tip of the branch. :-)
Most likely you only have one pecan tree. Plus there a probably noother pecan trees nearby. Your pecan tree has to have another pecantree close enough so that they can pollina…te. If no pollinationoccurs, no pecans.
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The pecan tree produces a nut, which is the fruiting structure to propagate the species. I believe most all trees produce some sort of 'fruiting' structure to reproduce. Albei…t a nut, fruit, nutlet, winged seed, or other type which help it to disperse the species. An example of another type: Cottonwood tree seeds are very small and have a tuft of what appears to be a cottony plume (parachute) to float the seed on wind currents to distant places from the female tree, which produces the seed.
It is a angiosperm