Professional gardeners and amateur gardeners like to grow up pear as it yields annual harvest from juicy and sweet fruits which can be used in various culinary purposes. Recently more often on counters it is possible to meet pears of interesting form – as gardeners manage to grow up such original fruits?
Cultivation of pear
Today scientists have removed new grades of pears which possess the improved biological indicators. Such fruit are resistant to scab and subzero temperatures and also perfectly remain throughout long time. Pear trees are rather whimsical at change – their saplings often badly take root, slowly grow in the first year and are inclined to perish at unfair leaving. To grow up good pears, first of all it is necessary to pay attention to quality of the soil to which trees will be planted – pear grows not on all views of the earth.
Such factors as amount of water, sunlight and agrotechnology usually affect quality of fruits of pear.
The trees growing in the poor soil and receiving enough sun will yield rigid and sour fruits. Most successfully pear is grown up in chernozem or forest gray soils where there is powerful suglinkovy subsoil. Positively influences trees and area of their growth – so, pear perfectly develops on heights and slopes, growing to the huge sizes and getting roots into the earth on six-eight meters.
Cultivation of unusual pears
The first pears of unusual form in the form of Buddha were grown up by the Chinese farmer Hao who tried to invent six years way to give to fruits certain silhouette – and it managed it. The resourceful farmer did not make miracle, and has just taken pears at stage of development and has placed their fruits in the plastic forms reminding Buddha's silhouette. Receiving new selection grade of the pear fruits having non-standard "design" became result.
"Buddhist" pears are on sale as hot pies – people believe that they bring good luck and wealth.
Cultivation of pears of original form is not novelty – Japanese have begun to be engaged this twenty years ago. Japan has for the first time grown up square watermelons – in spite of the fact that the technology of their cultivation was put on stream, they are quite popular due to easy transportation and convenient storage. Today many gardeners grow up pears of unusual form, placing them in the plastic containers cast by the special order. Small fruits expand in these molds, taking form of any given figure – in this way grow up tiny trees bonsai which branches wind with wire and cut off excess escapes. Pears in the course of growth directly on tree fill with themselves emptiness of forms, turning into the unusual and artly "bent" fruits.