Why Doesn't My Lime Tree Produce Fruit?

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Your lime tree might not have been cross pollinate it if it is not producing fruit. It might also not be producing fruit because it is diseased. It might have black scale for example.
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You may need to get another key lime tree, as they do need to be cross pollinated to produce the fruit. And did you just plant this tree this year it may take some time for the tree
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Pomegranates are self-pollinating, so if no fruit appears it is probably the result of how the tree was propagated, how old it is or where it is being grown. Pomegranate trees love
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Most Apple trees need to cross pollinate Usually with the same or similar type of apple tree. If this does not happen then your tree will not produce fruit or will produce very little
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