How can I get my avocado trees to produce fruit?

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    Well, if your avocado tree is sprouted from seed, it may not be able to.  To produce fruit, most avocado trees need to be made by grafting, a process that mixes the new avocado with plant material from a tree that is already producing.  If you own a grafted tree, make sure that the tree can self-pollinate or cross-pollinate with other trees, and that there are enough bees nearby to make that happen.  If there aren’t enough bees, you may have to do the pollinating yourself, a process called hand-pollinating, which you can learn about here:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_2102682_hand-pollinate-garden-plants.html

    If you are interested in grafting your tree onto another tree, here’s some information on how to do that:

    http://www.extension.umn.edu/distribution/horticulture/DG0532.html

    And here’s another general resource:

    http://www.gardenguides.com/898-growing-fruit-year-round-part-avocados.html

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