Pollination and commercial varieties of pears in oregon Public Deposited

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  • Why be concerned about pollination? While most varieties of pear will set some fruit without cross pollination, usually they will set more and better fruit with it. Cross pollination means the transfer of pollen from the anthers of flowers of one variety to the stigma of flowers of another
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