Articles About Shagbark Hickory

Articles

The articles summarized below have appeared in an NNGA Annual report and are an example of the kind of information in the NNGA library. An index of NNGA Annual Reports from 1910 – 1974 which can lead you to other articles on shagbark hickory is available for purchase. An online index of Nutshell articles through 2013 is also available on this website.

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  • The Effects of Moving Hickories by R. Curtis, 2 pp

85th Annual Report of the Northern Nut Growers Association – 1994 – Curtis tells of his experiences with top working his native pecan seedlings to shagbark hickory.

  • Hickories of Southeast Wisconsin by J. May, 1 p

85th Annual Report of the Northern Nut Growers Association – 1994 – May relates his experiences searching for superior shagbarks in southeast Wisconsin.

  • The History of the “Yoder No. 1” Hickory by R.D. Yoder, 2 pp

81st Annual Report of the Northern Nut Growers Association – 1990 – Russell Yoder tells the story of the “Yoder No. 1” hickory discovered by his father Emmett in about 1900.

  • Hickory Nut Performance in Ontario by R.D. Campbell, 2 pp

81st Annual Report of the Northern Nut Growers Association – 1990 – The results of Campbell’s 1989 hickory nut harvest in Ontario.

  • A Cultivar List for Hickory by L.J. Grauke, 13 pp

79th Annual Report of the Northern Nut Growers Association – 1988 – An extensive listing of hickory cultivars including their history. Indexed to past Annual Reports.