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Like ‘Fayette’, this is an annually productive variety suitable for colder northern areas, with very large, well-filled nuts which crack relatively well. Again like ‘Fayette’ it was selected by Fayette Etter of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. It is however a late-ripening variety, whose nuts tend to be retained in the husk (Crawford 2016; Grauke 2019; Grimo Nut Nursery 2019; De Smallekamp 2019).


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