The nuts are not of very good quality, like most bitternut hybrids.
None of them that I have tried to graft will live on bitternut roots.
The figure is surpassed by one bitternut hybrid the Beaver 29kg, and by the Hatch bitternut 19kg, and the Halesite bitternut 13kg.
I don't think I have ever seen a hickory nut tree so loaded with nuts as a Manahan which I have grafted on bitternut.
The bitternut (Hicoria minima) can be told from the mockernut and other species of hickory by its bud, which has no scales at all.
I have thirty-two crosses between the bitternut hickory and our common butternut, growing.
The sure sign by which to tell the bitternut hickory is the tapering, flattened, yellow bud.
The bitternut may be cut back severely without giving evidence of any great degree of shock.
The bitternut, or Swamp Hickory, has a kernel which is very bitter.
We have grafts growing on bitternut stocks since 1935, they are growing and producing well.