Do I Have to Plant Two Grapefruit Trees for the Trees to Have Fruit?

Grapefruit trees are self-fertile so they will pollinate themselves without the need of wind or insects. A grapefruit tree does not require a mate and can be planted by itself and still produce fruit.

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Stephanie Manning started her writing career in 2007. She writes for a number of online publishers, including eHow and GardenGuides. She obtained certifications in horticulture, business and nursing from the Walton Career Development Center.