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I have 5 seckels planted. They are very disease resistant, hardy and a steady producer. My start to ripen in late Sept, so they are mostly an early season producer. The fruit tends to not stay on the tree for too long. Usually most of the fruit is gone by mid Oct... But for early season, it's a real magnet. Plus, the fruit is great to eat for yourself! The fruit is also small, so the deer can eat them easily.
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