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'Pensacola Cluster' Orig. as chance seedling in Pensacola, FL, discovered by E. W. Moring in 1958. Introd. in 1960. Plant patent 2099, issued Oct 31, 1961, assigned to Simpson Nursery Co., Monticello, FL. Nut: oblong with obtuse apex and base; round in cross section; resembles 'Van Deman'; 32 nuts/lb. Protogynous, with late pollen shed and mid-season receptivity. Nuts borne in clusters of six to 10. Nuts mature in early Oct. Very susceptible to scab in LA.

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