Apple Tree Pollinator - Knowledgebase Question

Minnetonka, Mi
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Question by jjsybrant
April 23, 2010
We just bought 2 dwarf Honey Crisp apple trees (plant code thda1641). Do we need a pollinator to get apples from them?

Answer from NGA
April 23, 2010
All apples need to be cross-pollinated by another apple or crabapple variety in order to set fruit. Honeycrisp is no exception. Suggested pollinators are Gala, Granny Smith, Empire, McIntosh and Red Delicious. Choose one and plant it in your landscape. All your apple trees will bear yummy crops. Enjoy!

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