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'PSV-37' (Nut photo) Grown from 'Moreland' seed planted about 1977 by R. D. O'Barr, LSU Pecan Research-Extension Station, Shreveport, LA. Selected for attractive nut appearance and scab resistance in early observations. Nut: oblong with acuminate apex and obtuse base; flattened in cross section (shell appears "pinched" in middle); shell smooth, with few markings except for black stripes at apex; 56 nuts/lb, 55% kernel; kernels with medium wide dorsal grooves; dorsal ridge thin and straight from fork at basal cleft to point at apex (arrow-like). Under observation. Not currently recommended.

LJ Grauke , Research Horticulturist &Curator
USDA-ARS Pecan Genetics
10200 FM 50
Somerville, TX 77879
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