self-pollinating


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Adj.1.self-pollinating - of or relating to or characteristic of self-pollination
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
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It is self-pollinating and fruits on both old and new wood, meaning that you can be picking mulberries within the first year, as opposed to the usual 8-9 years it takes for other varieties.
Choose a self-pollinating variety such as 'Victoria' and 'Czar' unless you have neighbours who also grow plums.
It would be most convenient to have a self-pollinating miniature fruit tree (and most are), but I'm afraid our little lemon tree needs help with pollination.
Could you recommend a decent self-pollinating variety for me, please?
These plants have flowers that are self-pollinating and seeds that require little or no special treatment before storage.
pdf documents online, such as a crop-specific guide that details cultivars, whether they're pollinated by insects, the wind, or are self-pollinating, and how far you need to isolate them from the same species to ensure pure genetics.
This would involve purchasing a field, taking some bulbs to the field and planting by hand and then, as tulips are not self-pollinating, we would have to help the process along.
Some varieties of vegetables and flowers may not have been around long enough to be called ''heirlooms,'' but still might be from self-pollinating plants.
The plants have wide ranges of characteristics, grow in highly variable climate conditions and are not self-pollinating like Arabica.