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 Are pear trees self-pollinating?

Answer Pears are generally regarded as not being a self-pollinating tree. However, depending on the variety, it may be possible for one to self-pollinate, but most pear trees will grow unusual fruit or ha... Read More »
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Is a moonglow pear tree self-pollinating?

The moonglow pear tree is not self-pollinating and will not produce fruit unless it is cross-pollinated with another tree. Plant moon glow pear trees within 40 to 50 feet of other varieties of pear... Read More »
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Are all fig trees self-pollinating?

Not all figs are self-pollinating. According to Fig Web, in the wild the fig wasp pollinates the tree by laying eggs inside unripe fruit. The female offspring hatches from the fruit covered in poll... Read More »
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Are apple trees self-pollinating?

Some apple tree varieties can self pollinate, but most require the pollen of different apple trees to fruit successfully. The method of pollination is generally by insects like bees and wasps.Sourc... Read More »
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Are reliance peach trees self-pollinating?

Reliance peach trees are self-pollinating, meaning they can produce seeds and fruit on their own, according to a summary from Grandpa's Orchard, which sells fruit trees. Most peach trees, in fact, ... Read More »
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