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Notes on the pear



Notes on the pear



Progr. agric. vitic 111: 352-6, 378-80



The pear is the most exacting of fruit trees in its soil requirements. It is stunted in dry soils, in wet soils it grows freely and then ceases, in chalky soils it becomes chlorotic and dies; it is best suited by a deep well-drained loam such as a good wheat soil. The usual stocks are wild pear seedling and quince. The former produces large trees on good land and is resistant to chlorosis to a certain extent and will stand dry soils, on which it produces a moderate sized tree.

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