pollination - Knowledgebase Question

san jacinto, ca
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Question by ibgirlw_outa
March 19, 2007
I have a van cherry already planted for a year now, I found out that I need a pollinater and was told that the stella would be good for this so I got one, now my question is how far apart do I need to plant the stella so that the pollination works proper?

Answer from NGA
March 19, 2007
Your cherry trees will be pollinated by flying insects, so planting them within line-of-sight works well. They can be as far apart as about 50' and still be successfully pollinated as bees and wasps fly around your yard.

Best wishes with your cherry trees.

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