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Cleveland pear trees are ideal for small to medium sized areas and adapt easily to most soil types. The trees have a moderate level of resistance to a number of common tree diseases but are not entirely immune to common diseases of ornamental trees.

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Ornamental trees that reach between 30 and 40 feet tall, Cleveland pears display showy white blossoms in the spring. These pear trees have a high level of resistance to most diseases, but resistance does not mean immunity. Fire blight affects the blossoms, fruitlets and shoots of Cleveland pear ...

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"Cleveland Select" is not immune to all diseases, however. A pear tree with brown leaves may be suffering from a disease such as Entomosporium leaf spot or bacterial blight. A nutrient deficiency ...

www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/pear/pear-tree-diseases.htm

Home-grown pears are really a treasure. Unfortunately, pear trees are susceptible to quite a few easily spread diseases that can wipe them right out if left untreated. Learn more about pear tree diseases and treatment in this article.

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A flowering pear tree is a valuable landscaping tree, and is susceptible to diseases like fire blight and leaf spot. Gardenerdy explains the occurrence of such diseases, and also suggests some preventive measures that can be taken to avoid infections.

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Cleveland Pear Trees are notably easy-to-grow, unlike many other ornamental trees, which are often quite picky. The first year is the most tentative. With proper planting and care, the Cleveland Pear Tree will quickly become well-established and requiring of minimal effort.

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Considered a small tree, growing from 25 to 40 feet tall and up to 16 feet wide, the Cleveland select pear tree (Pyrus calleryana 'Chanticleer') works well as an ornamental pear in home gardens or ...

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In bacterial leaf scorch the leaves will turn a light brown and fall from the tree like normal leaf drop. Bactericides and fungicides can treat specific diseases on your Cleveland pear trees. Also you can prevent the contraction and spread of disease by removing and discarding the infected limbs and twigs and raking away fallen leaves.

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The Cleveland pear tree is a deciduous, ornamental pear tree known for its hardiness and adaptability. A hybrid of the Bradford pear, known as the Pyrus calleryana, it is stronger and more resilient. The Cleveland pear tree is a perennial tree that was propagated to improve the characteristics of ...

www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/pear/fixing-pear-tree-problems.htm

If you have an orchard with pear trees, expect to encounter pear tree diseases and pear tree insect problems. The two are related, since insects can spread or facilitate other pear tree issues. As a gardener, you can prevent many problems with pears by appropriate spraying and pruning. Read on for ...