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Pyrus communis (Pear)

Pyrus genus belongs to the Maloideae sub-family of the Rosaceae family, a common name for some of these species. The pear, grown in temperate climatic zones of both rivers, is one of the most important fruit trees in the world. The pear tree grows longer and steeper than the apple tree, growing towards the top and reaching 13 m when it matures. Pear is usually produced by grafting or steeping on rootstock seedlings of one year old. Pear trees are quite long (50-75 years) and they grow well if they are not pruned. A pear tree that starts to give fruit 4-7 years after planting can give 25-50 kg of fruit when it is 8-10 years old.