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Fruit Tree Cultivars
... fertilization. Nectarines Summer Beaut, Sunglo, Redgold, Flavortop, Fantasia, Carolina Red (See note 2.) Self-fruitful. Do not require pollination by other cultivars. Nectarines and peaches should ... Plums Japanese: Methley (self fruitful) ,Byrongold, Burbank, Ozark Premier (may bloom early). European: Bluefre, Stanley, Shrophire (Damson) (see note 2.) Some cultivars are self-fruitful, but planting ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

Plums - A Guide To Selection And Use, HYG-1404-92
... and producing a crop if grown as single isolated plants. Other plum varieties that are self-unfruitful require cross pollination for fruit set and development. This means that trees of ... for planting include Stanley, Bluefre, Vision, Italian Prune and Reine Claude (Green Gage). Stanley is self-fruitful. The others require cross pollination for best results. Standard plum trees usually begin to bear ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Raspberries For The Backyard Fruit Planting, HYG-1421-98
... soft fruits with excellent flavor. Moderately yielding. For trial only. All the above cultivars are self-fruitful and can produce crops without cross pollination. It is also helpful to visit extension agents ...
ohioline.osu.edu

FPHG - Gooseberries and Currants
... 6 feet when mature. Unlike other fruiting plants, they will tolerate partial shade. Plants are self-fruitful and, therefore, do not require two or more varieties for adequate pollination. Currants and gooseberries ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

FPHG -
... breeding has been done, several elderberry varieties are readily available. Since elderberries are only partially self-fruitful, plant at least two varieties no more than 60 feet apart. Adams #1 and Adams ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

FPHG -
... has round, sweet, very juicy purple fruit with a red blush. The flowers are partially self-fruitful, but the addition of Shiro or Ozark Premier will increase yields. It ripens around mid ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

FPHG -
... only on the best sites or in a sheltered area. All the apricots listed are self-fruitful. Harcot: Introduced from Canada, this has been a consistent producer when not frosted out. It ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

FPHG -
... problem; steps should be taken to reduce bird feeding. Tart cherries are self-fruitful and do not require a pollinizer. Many of the older sweet cherries, ... varieties' performance in Pennsylvania. Tart Varieties Sweet Varieties Sweet Cherry Pollination Compatibility Chart Self-Fertile Sweet Cherry Varieties College of Agricultural Sciences | Extension | Publications Copyright -- Alternative Media ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu


... and tart, thin-skinned and better flavored than 'Granny Smith'. Excellent fresh. OK for cooking. Self-fruitful. October-November harvest. On M-111 rootstock which dwarfs trees to 85% of standard size ... dessert apple. Excellent for cider, applesauce, or eating fresh. OK for baking. Harvest late September. Self-fruitful. One of the best for espalier. On M-111 rootstock which dwarfs trees to 85 ...
www.berkeleyhort.com

FEIJOA Fruit Facts
... than Apollo. Tree upright, spreading, to 8 ft tall. Moderately vigorous, high yielding, partially self-fruitful, but cross pollination is recommended for best fruit quality. Mammoth Selected in New Zealand ... , round fruit of good to very good quality. Mid to late season ripening. Tree self-fruitful but bears heavier crops if pollinated. Does poorly under cool, coastal conditions. Trask Originated ...
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