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Pear cultivars in the Northwest






Compact Fruit Tree 18: 119-121

Pear cultivars in the Northwest

Numerous cultivars are described and listed in order of importance, the first 10 being: d'Anjou Bartlett (Williams' Bon Chretien), Bosc Comice Red Bartlett, Seckel, Forelle, Starkrimson, Red Comice and Red d'Anjou.


Accession: 001425983



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