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blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/nassauco/2017/05/29/fact-sheet-hood-pear

Asian pears appear more like apple than European pear, and have hard, crisp flesh like apples when ripe, unlike the melting flesh European pears. Also, Asian pears will ripen on trees like apples, but European pears are subject to core breakdown if allowed to ripen fully on-tree. In this picture, ‘Hosui’ is an Asian pear, others are European.

www.davewilson.com/product-information/product/hood-pear

Hood Pear. Estimated Chilling Requirement 100-200 hours below 45°F ; USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 6 - 10 ... For the 2019-20 planting season, Hood is offered on the following rootstock(s) (listed in order of quantity in production, largest quantity first): Pear (standard) OHxF333 (semi-dwarf, 2/3 of standard)

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HOOD Pears. HOOD pears are a popular variety of soft pears, suitable for eating raw but also good for cooking. The texture is what you would expect from a good eating pear: neither grainy or bitter. Hood is a golden yellow pear with a soft buttery flesh. The flavor is a bit tangy, something like a Bartlett.

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Hood pears are large, soft fruit that ripen in late summer. The pears are greenish-yellow, crisp, and juicy and can be eaten fresh or canned. The Hood Pear tree has a low chill for the South, requiring only 100-200 chill hours. Flordahome is the recommended pollinator. Hood Pear trees are, however, susceptible to leaf

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About Hood Pear Tree... The Hood Pear Tree is a standard select pear tree and a long time favorite in the South with its buttery smooth textured flesh. This large yellow-green pear is highly resistant to fire blight making it a long lived and very productive tree. Fruit from Hood Pears Trees ripen mid to late July and requires a pollinator.

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Hood pears are a good choice for Northeast Florida, but this pear needs a pollinator. I recommend you use the variety Baldwin as it pollinates any of those pears requiring pollination. Other varieties which can be planted in our area are Flordahome, Hood and Pineapple, which are all early fruit producers.

homeguides.sfgate.com/grow-pineapple-pears-22008.html

How to Grow Pineapple Pears. Pineapple pear trees (Pyrus communis) are hardy, tough and hard to kill once established. ... Hood or Baldwin, for cross-pollination. For the tree to bear fruit, cross ...

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

Pear trees and pollination rely upon bees in even higher numbers than other fruits because they do not wind pollinate and the flower pollen count is low. Which Pear Trees Pollinate Each Other? Nearly all pear trees are suitable for pollinating species that bloom at the same time.

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The other principal growing area in Oregon is the Rogue River valley, around Medford in the Southeastern part of the state. Medford, near the end of the Cascade Mountain Range, also enjoys the rich volcanic soil and European-like weather that nurture the world’s most beautiful, sweet, and juicy pears.

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Moonglow pear trees (Pyrus communis "Moonglow") bloom with fragrant white flowers from April through May. This dwarf pear cultivar is hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones ...