The Q&A Archives: Stuart Papershell Pecan Tree

Question: Will a Stuart Papershell Pecan Tree produce nuts on its own or must it have a second tree for pollination?

Thank You,
Tina Lee

Answer: Most pecans will set light crops without cross-pollination, which may be enough for you if you're planting the tree primarily for shade. If you're counting on a good crop of nuts, you'll want to plant a second tree to ensure good pollination.

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