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Small Nashi Pear

April 9, 2014   // 0 Comments

Hi Camo's camp, What did you do to restrict the size of your Nashi, as mine are usually twice that size. I usually look for a colour change to determine maturity then I test drive one. I find that even if I pick it a bit green it is still acceptable to eat - not as  sweet, but edible. I think they are definitely worth growing in our area as I get some sort of a crop every year. The tree seems fair...

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