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[nafex] Re: Asian Pears
For an earlier, very juicy Asian, both Shinseiki and Nijiseiki
are good, I've had them fruiting for a number of years.
Both seem very susceptible to a buroughing fruit "moth". They attack
the fruit late in the development cycle and what seems like "perfect"
fruit appears to ripen *very* early and drop from the tree. The
inside is often almost completely tunneled and brown w/ frass. I
don't eat one w/out quartering the fruit.
SE PA, zone 6
--- In email@example.com, "Steve Shambeda" <sshambeda@p...> wrote:
> I would like to add two new Asian pears to my collection, and I am
> for advice on selection.
> Central Pennsylvania Zone 6
> I have Korean Giant - I like it very much but it ripens very late
> I have a graft of Chojuro on a branch of my Seckle, but after
bearing for 2
> years I am diappointed.
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
> Steve Shambeda