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Nashi Hiratsuka 16 Gou, a mid-maturing smooth-skin Japanese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia Nakai var. culta Nakai)


Nashi Hiratsuka 16 Gou, a mid-maturing smooth-skin Japanese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia Nakai var. culta Nakai)



Bulletin of the National Institute of Fruit Tree Science 34: 105-109



ISSN/ISBN: 1347-3549

Nashi Hiratsuka 16 Gou (Japanese pear Hiratsuka 16) is a mid-maturing, smooth-skin type Japanese pear. It originated from a cross between Shinko x Kosui, produced by the National Institute of Fruit Tree Science in 1953, and subjected to local adaptability tests from 1967.

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