shiro plums

john222-gg(Mississippi 8a/8b)July 18, 2012

Are shiro plums self fertile I get different answers. some nurseries say they are some say no.I don't know what to believe.all help would be appreciated.

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alan haigh

I've seen them produce fruit without any apparent pollinator. What is generally said is they are partially self fertile but produce better with a pollinator.

Many fruits that are said to require a pollinator are sometimes self fertile but I believe Shiro is more so than most of these borderline fruits.

    Bookmark   July 19, 2012 at 5:18AM
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john222-gg(Mississippi 8a/8b)

Thanks for the info I think nurseries want to sell trees that's why they almost always say you need polonaiser thanks.

    Bookmark   July 19, 2012 at 9:45AM
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