How close does another plum tree need to be to pollinate?

Answer A maximum distance would be 50 feet. However, as close as possible is much better as fruit set drops off with increasing distance. Studies have shown that even when two plums are planted next to ea... Read More »

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How do I artificially pollinate a plum tree?

Purchase commercial plum pollen and a No. 4 art brush. Tie the bristles of the brush with string. Cut off the last quarter inch of the bristles with sharp scissors. Dip the brush into the bottle of... Read More »

Does a Lemon Tree Need to Be Pollinated From Another Lemon Tree?

Lemon trees are tropical plants that require warm climate conditions, well-drained soils and full sun. Citrus plants mostly are self-pollinating, but some hybrids require the presences of another t... Read More »

Does a mahan pecan tree self-pollinate?

Mahan pecan trees can self pollinate, however, growers consider it undesirable as it affects nut quality. According to Willis Orchards, three different varieties planted together will increase poll... Read More »

What does a plum tree look like?

Plum trees produce fruit that range from deep purple to blue when ripe. They reach a height of 10 to 20 feet. The foliage grows in an ovular shape with a spread of 10 to 20 feet.Source:Arbor Day ... Read More »