The 2019-2020 season looks promising

The setting is good. The potential for growing larger fruit is determined by the number of pips and the number of cells in the fruit. Cell division takes place approximately 6 weeks after flowering. In the spring of 2019, the temperatures were optimal and there is the potential to grow bigger-sized pears. In the photos taken May 29th, you can see beautiful long pears with a thick ”belly”.

To be continued.