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Extra early promising Chinese pear selection 80-14-13






Journal of Fruit Science 10(1): 54-55

Extra early promising Chinese pear selection 80-14-13

Derived from the cross Kosui X Zaosu made in 1980, this selection matures in early July and produces smooth, yellowish-green fruits that weight 220 g on average. The flesh is of very fine texture, tender, juicy, nearly free of grit cells and of a pleasant acid-sweet flavour. It contains 12-14% soluble solids.

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