Pear

Nashi
Shinsui : flowering time 6 days before William, pollinator Shinko Shinseiki, harvest time end of July, storage end of September, colour of skin and flesh Dark orange - Red - White juicy and sugary flesh.
William Rosso
Derived from a budding mutation of William. The tree is of medium vigour and bears fruit on lamburde, brindilli and mixed branches. Early fruiting. The fruit is medium to large in size, cydoniform, the skin is smooth and carmine red, very attractive but may be subject to colour regression.
Decana
Much appreciated for the large size of the fruit and the high quality of the flesh, it is, however, very sensitive to handling and bruising, so harvesting must be done with great care and delicacy.
Santa Maria
Derived from a cross of William x Coscia, this is a cultivar with rapid and abundant fruiting. The medium-large fruit has a smooth skin with small lenticels, green-yellow in colour, sometimes reddened when exposed to sunlight. The flesh is white, melting, sugary and resistant to mellowing.
Passa Crassana
Characterized by a good and constant productivity (if carefully pruned), and by a large, spheroidal fruit, whose whitish, melting flesh is grainy, sweet, aromatic and resistant to mashing; the skin is thick, resistant, green-yellowish when ripe.
Conference
It is currently the most widespread cultivar in Europe. Its excellent capacity for storage in a controlled atmosphere, early fruit set and high and constant production have determined its success.
William Bianco
Appreciated for its fruit which, in addition to fresh consumption, is also widely used in the canning industry. Vigorous tree with early fruiting and good productivity. Fruits mainly on toast.
Kaiser Alexander
Characterized by a good and constant productivity, and by a large fruit, with rust-coloured skin, medium texture flesh, sugary and aromatic, very fine. Good short-term storage.
Abate Fetel
Very common in modern fruit growing. It produces a large, calebiform fruit with firm, very juicy, sugary, aromatic flesh and thin skin.
Butirra Hardy
Widely used as an intermediate due to its good affinity to quince. Produces a medium-sized, pyriform fruit, the russet-yellow skin reddens when exposed to sunlight and bruises and darkens easily if sufficient precautions are not taken, good flavour, the flesh is fine, firm, sweet and resists mashing well.
Nashi
Shinsui : flowering time 6 days before William, pollinator Shinko Shinseiki, harvest time end of July, storage end of September, colour of skin and flesh Dark orange - Red - White juicy and sugary flesh.
William Rosso
Derived from a budding mutation of William. The tree is of medium vigour and bears fruit on lamburde, brindilli and mixed branches. Early fruiting. The fruit is medium to large in size, cydoniform, the skin is smooth and carmine red, very attractive but may be subject to colour regression.
Decana
Much appreciated for the large size of the fruit and the high quality of the flesh, it is, however, very sensitive to handling and bruising, so harvesting must be done with great care and delicacy.
Santa Maria
Derived from a cross of William x Coscia, this is a cultivar with rapid and abundant fruiting. The medium-large fruit has a smooth skin with small lenticels, green-yellow in colour, sometimes reddened when exposed to sunlight. The flesh is white, melting, sugary and resistant to mellowing.
Passa Crassana
Characterized by a good and constant productivity (if carefully pruned), and by a large, spheroidal fruit, whose whitish, melting flesh is grainy, sweet, aromatic and resistant to mashing; the skin is thick, resistant, green-yellowish when ripe.
Conference
It is currently the most widespread cultivar in Europe. Its excellent capacity for storage in a controlled atmosphere, early fruit set and high and constant production have determined its success.
William Bianco
Appreciated for its fruit which, in addition to fresh consumption, is also widely used in the canning industry. Vigorous tree with early fruiting and good productivity. Fruits mainly on toast.
Kaiser Alexander
Characterized by a good and constant productivity, and by a large fruit, with rust-coloured skin, medium texture flesh, sugary and aromatic, very fine. Good short-term storage.
Abate Fetel
Very common in modern fruit growing. It produces a large, calebiform fruit with firm, very juicy, sugary, aromatic flesh and thin skin.
Butirra Hardy
Widely used as an intermediate due to its good affinity to quince. Produces a medium-sized, pyriform fruit, the russet-yellow skin reddens when exposed to sunlight and bruises and darkens easily if sufficient precautions are not taken, good flavour, the flesh is fine, firm, sweet and resists mashing well.

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