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[nafex] Re: Cadet, plum or pear?

Re: Cadet

We have nothing at the pear repository with this name.  In his 'Pears of
New York', Hedrick lists a 'Cadet de Vaux' which probably originated with
Van Mons in the early 1800's, but I have never encountered a pear with the
name 'Cadet' in this country.

- Joseph

	Joseph D. Postman, Pyrus curator
	National Clonal Germplasm Repository
	Corvallis, Oregon  USA

On Tue, 24 Apr 2001 edforest55@hotmail.com wrote:

> Has anyone heard of this fruit variety? I have some scionwood of it 
> and it looks like its either a pear or a plum.
> Kevin

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