self-fruitful

adjective
self-fruit·ful | \ˈself-ˈfrüt-fəl \

Definition of self-fruitful 

: capable of setting a crop of self-pollinated fruit

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self-fruitfulness noun

First Known Use of self-fruitful

1940, in the meaning defined above

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