pollenizer


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pollenizer

(ˈpɒləˌnaɪzə) or

polleniser

n
(Plants) a plant which provides pollen
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For those orchards that are experiencing a delay in fruiting, the primary cause is a shortage of pollenizer trees.
The orchards contained a combination of four rows of 'Gala' (producer) for every two rows of 'Fuji' (pollenizer) varieties.
Pollenizer influence on berry and seed properties in grapevine cultivar 'Bagrina' (Vitis vinifera L.).
In 2006, a separate irrigation system that could be monitored and controlled via a satellite-linked Internet service (Automata, www.automata-inc.com) was installed for the experimental 'Nonpareil' row and the two adjacent pollenizer rows in each regulated deficit irrigation block.
Some hollies are self-fruitful and don't require a pollenizer, so you don't need two plants to get berries.
`Sumter' pollenizer was planted in side rows and end plots to provide additional pollen and border competition for the test plots.
In many of the orchards, the pollenizer trees were planted a year or more later than the production varieties,' said Dr.