[NAFEX] Why pick less than ripe Ure Pears?
ROBERT W JUDY A HARTMAN
hartmansfruit at msn.com
Tue Sep 23 11:33:02 EDT 2008
You have to remember that there are always exceptions to the rule. I have a variety called Sirrine that I have picked directly off the tree and eaten but usually the idea about picking them before they are completely ripe is best. Don't knock whatever works.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jim Fruth<mailto:jfruth at tds.net>
To: NAFEX<mailto:nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2008 7:10 AM
Subject: [NAFEX] Why pick less than ripe Ure Pears?
Following someone's post about picking pears before they get tree
ripened and putting them in cold storage, I picked my Ure Pears when they
first began changing color. Apparently I missed some and they fell off the
tree two weeks later. Wishing to learn how tree-ripening affected stone
cell production, I bit into several finding they are the best tasting pears
I have ever eaten. There was an acceptable, tiny bit of grit in the peel
but the flesh was wonderful. Henceforth I'll let them ripen on the tree.
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