kathmath at charterinternet.com
Tue Feb 17 13:18:18 EST 2009
I'm looking for a pear that can be pollinated by pyrus ussuriensis, will be
good for drying and will do well in my southern Minnesota zone 4 climate.
Resistance to fireblight would also be nice. I've heard 'Ure' can be
pollinated by ussuriensis. How susceptible is it to fireblight? My local
nursery has information on 'Summercrip' that says calls it a 'Ussurian Pear'
and says it is resistant to fireblight and self-pollinating. Is this
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