self-fertile


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self-fertile

(sĕlf′fûr′tl)
adj.
Having the property of fertilizing itself; capable of self-fertilization.
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Saijo is self-fertile, growing and fruiting well as far north as Zone 6, developing into a tall tree over time.
'Temptation' is a recently is a recently T introduced self-fertile cultivar of this popular shrub.
For species that are not self-fertile, such as most apple trees, you'll need to move pollen from one tree to another.
This means that pear, peach, tart cherry and quince trees are self-fertile as well as most blackberries, blueberries and raspberries, both black and purple.
Unique in that the Blue Suede is self-fertile, you need only plant one to produce the tasty and nutritious fruit.
There are some self-fertile varieties but others need a plant partner and you need to take heed of pollination groups.
If you only have room for one holly then you must grow a self-fertile variety such as the popular Ilex aquifolium J C van Tol.
Gray, who led the research study published in the February 2009 issue of HortScience, 'Delicious' (Vitis rotundifolia Michx.) originated from a cross between AA10-40, a self-fertile, bronze-fruited selection with medium-sized berries, and CD8-81, a self-fertile, black-fruited selection with larger berries.
CN12 and CN72 are multigerm (MM), self-fertile ([S.sup.f]), genetic male-sterile (A_:aa) facilitated, random-mated populations that segregate for resistance to sugarbeet cyst nematode (SBCN) (Heterodera schachtii Schmidt).
intestinalis, several solitary ascidians of the families Ascidiidae and Corellidae are self-fertile (Svane and Young, 1989).
oApricot Tomcot: This self-fertile variety forms a compact tree, producing very large apricots which ripen in mid-August.