fructiferous

fruc·tif·er·ous

 (frŭk-tĭf′ər-əs, fro͝ok-)
adj.
Bearing fruit.

[Latin frūctifer (frūctus, fruit; see fruit + -fer, -fer) + -ous.]

fructiferous

(frʌkˈtɪfərəs; frʊk-)
adj
(Botany) (of plants or trees) bearing or yielding fruit
frucˈtiferously adv

fruc•tif•er•ous

(frʌkˈtɪf ər əs, frʊk-, fruk-)

adj.
fruit-bearing; producing fruit.
[1625–35; < Latin frūctiferus]
fruc•tif′er•ous•ly, adv.
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Thanks also to Professor Silmo Schuler for providing fructiferous discussion.
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