Cherries grow on a tree along Vancouver Street in Kennewick. Many varieties of cherries require a variety with different pollen to fertilize the tree. A self-fruitful tree means that pollen from the same tree can fertilize flowers and produce fruit.
Cherries grow on a tree along Vancouver Street in Kennewick. Many varieties of cherries require a variety with different pollen to fertilize the tree. A self-fruitful tree means that pollen from the same tree can fertilize flowers and produce fruit. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file
Cherries grow on a tree along Vancouver Street in Kennewick. Many varieties of cherries require a variety with different pollen to fertilize the tree. A self-fruitful tree means that pollen from the same tree can fertilize flowers and produce fruit. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file

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WSU Extension Q&A: Self-fruitful tree means pollen from same tree can fertilize

September 18, 2016 1:13 PM

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