plum tree pollinater - Knowledgebase Question

Sunnyvale, CA (Zone 8B)
Question by prncesissy
March 3, 2007
I recently purchased and planted a Brooks plum tree in my yard. I am wondering if this needs another variety of plum tree planted near it to pollinate it, or does it need a pollinater at all?


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Answer from NGA
March 3, 2007

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Brooks plum is considered self-fertile and should not need another variety of plum in order to set fruit.

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