Conference pear


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Conference pear

(ˈkɒnfərəns; -frəns)
n
(Plants) a variety of pear that has sweet and juicy fruit
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Q Please can you tell me what these awful warts are on the leaves of my conference pear trees?
ASK DIARMUID Q Please can you tell me what these awful warts are on the leaves of my conference pear trees?
There are a large variety of specimen trees including espanier, conference pear, hazelnut, walnut, kiwi and an ancient wisteria.
Dessert is winter raspberry and chocolate delice, conference pear souffl and cocoa nib ice cream.
Scientists in Belgium and elsewhere wanted to assess the effect of extreme controlled atmosphere conditions on the protein expression profiles of slices of the Conference pear, which is a highly popular variety in England and The Netherlands.
The category that seems to be growing is what we call other pears, and that includes the Concorde, a mix between a Comice and Conference pear, which is the most popular pear in Europe.
Palmer of Handsworth Wood has a number of apples and a Conference Pear in h is garden but over the last couple of years the crops have been disappointing as much of the fruit rots on the tree.
Club question Last week, L Samuels, from Manchester, asked whether it was a good idea to spray a conference pear tree.
It's far bigger than the average eggs and I compared it to a Conference pear.
Established in 2002, the drinks operation has grown considerably and some of its products have secured awards, including the Waitrose Small Producer Award for its Conference Pear and Mulled Apple juice and the Heart of England Fine Foods 'Best in the West Midlands' for its single variety Cox juice.

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