I'm searching for seed.
I thought there was a reason you wouldn't want to use native seed as a rootstock, difficulty accepting a graft or something like that.
There are tons of trees all over the place in Atlanta, I always identify new ones when I'm visiting my girlfriend there, but I don't know if I have the time to collect many thousands of seeds.
Project is in its infancy right now. I'm working with a gentleman that manages several thousand acres across Georgia, everything from row crops to pasture to hunting land. He's been working with a company that is interested in getting into the pecan game. He knows me through my day job and knows I am obsessed with trees and asked me to help. We have several acres to use, fenced and irrigated and I have access to a plastic layer and a good compost tea brewer. Instead of buying seedlings we are thinking it might be cheaper to produce grafted stock on our own and supply this large scale planting.