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Cherry of the rio grande

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Granny Mazz starts with ...
Website says it needs a suitable pollinator. What sort? Another cherry ofRG or would an existing a gruminchama do?
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Granny Mazz
SHAILER PARK,4128,QLD
26th July 2018 5:10pm
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Granny

CORG is self fertile, it doesn't need another CORG to be fruitful though it's beneficial. As most fruit trees they will produce more fruit when fully mature, with adequate sun, water, fertilizer and care.

Happy gardening :-)
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28th July 2018 9:04pm
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Mike Tr says...
It is a pity they don't like warm climates.I had 2 that were about six years old and never produced fruit.The volunteered for mulch patrol recently.
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denise1 says...
They are unreliable at producing much. They can take seven or more years to fruit. One tree can bear okay while the others bear poorly. Then nothing at all. A grafted tree that was supposed to have had a good crop once was no better for me. I didnt mind as the fruit were crap anyway.I find the grumichama and my strain of surinams good to eat and quite reliable and wont bother with CORG. At least that was my experience.
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