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    Quote Originally Posted by Baglady View Post
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    We've got to replenish our hickory supply soon. We've got one plum tree that has never bore fruit. It's about 8-10 yrs old. Can you use plum for smoking?
    If you only have one planted and you like plums you might want to plant another variety for a pollinator before you cut it down to use for smoking. Plums need another variety for pollination

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncosfan View Post
    If you only have one planted and you like plums you might want to plant another variety for a pollinator before you cut it down to use for smoking. Plums need another variety for pollination
    We have two behind the house, one of which is the non bearing one. But if it is useful to the other one, guess it stays.
    We have two others I planted about 15 yrs ago, down the road a ways where we have a house trailer we rent out.
    They both bear fruit, but may not be close enough to pollinate these behind the house.
    Being cremated...my last chance for a SMOKING HOT BODY!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baglady View Post
    We have two behind the house, one of which is the non bearing one. But if it is useful to the other one, guess it stays.
    We have two others I planted about 15 yrs ago, down the road a ways where we have a house trailer we rent out.
    They both bear fruit, but may not be close enough to pollinate these behind the house.
    It does seem strange that you already have 2 planted behind your house and one of them is the one that not bearing. You didn't state how long ago the trees were planted behind your house. I'm no expert on plums but some trees take up to 6+ years to bear. Maybe its a later variety. I doubt the ones at the trailer are any help to pollinate your at your house. I have a good pollinator within 50' of all of my trees

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