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PostPosted: Thu Aug 26, 2010 6:21 pm 
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Need some help to identify the problem with this 2-N-1 Asian Pear, Hardy Giant? All the photos are different views of the same fruit.

We purchased the tree from Starks several years ago and the tree has done well. Last year we had good, if not plentiful fruit, This year, we had a plentiful harvest. This year's first harvest, New Century pears were fine. The second harvest, Hardy Giant, most fruits appear deformed as this one. Otherwise, the fruits taste good and sweet. We're quite happy with the tree. We just want to solve this problem if we can.

Can you recommend an organic remedy for this? We would appreciate any information or thoughts on this.

Cheers,
//KH//


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WAS UP IN FAYETTVILLE ARK VISITING (PURCHASING PRODUCTS) AND LISTENED TO A CONVERSATION CONCERNING FRUIT TREES. ANYWAY ROCK DUST WAS THE ANSWER...THIS WILL HELP ANY FRUIT TREES TO PRODUCE GOOD HEALTHY FRUIT....I USE AZOMITE...ROY


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