PEAR
Pear Tree and Fruit Evaluation form based on that found in U.P. Hedrick's "The Pears of New York" (1915).
Pear Name (e.g. 'Bartlett', Unknown seedling, etc.) *
Your answer
Country *
Orchard
Your answer
Row
Your answer
Tree Number
Your answer
Date *
MM
/
DD
/
YYYY
TREE
Marked Characteristics
Your answer
Size
Small (shorter than an adult human)
Large (Forest tree-sized)
Estimated tree age
Young- hasn't flowered yet.
Old and craggy.
Vigor
Habit
Hardiness
Productiveness
Regularity of bearing
Susceptibility to Insects
Your answer
Susceptibility to Disease (other than fireblight)
Your answer
Fireblight Susceptibility
Certain death accompanied by massive oozing
No sign of blight
Longevity
Short (less than 3 years)
Long (more than 50 years)
Trunk Diameter (at 1 meter)
Less than 10 cm
1 meter+
Trunk Smoothness
Branch Characteristics
Internode length
Short (less than 1 cm)
Long (more than 20 cm)
Bark Color
Gray
Brown
Red
Olive-green
Leaf fall (time)
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