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photo) Orig. from a
controlled cross ('Major' X 'Shoshoni') made in Brownwood, TX
by L. D. Romberg. Cross made in 1955. Tested as 55-11-11 by T.
E. Thompson, L. J. Grauke, Wm. Reid, M. W. Smith and S. R. Winter
and released in 1996. Nut: ovate, with an acute apex and obtuse
to rounded base; round in cross section; 77 nuts/lb, 54% kernel;
kernels golden in color, with dorsal grooves that do not trap
packing material. Released for its ability to produce good yields
of high quality nuts in the northern pecan producing regions (Zone
6b). Protogynous, with late pollen shed and early pistillate receptivity.
Kanza has excellent scab resistance.
LJ Grauke , Research Horticulturist & Curator
USDA-ARS Pecan Genetics
Route 2 Box 133
Somerville, TX 77879