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Ayers Pear Tree ripen mid-late August and require 300 hours of cold weather to produce (13 days with temperatures of 45 degrees F. or lower). The Ayers Pear is a self pollination pear tree, however chances are that production will increase if provided with cross pollination. The Ayers (Sugar) pear should be picked and allowed to ripen off the tree for several days before eating. Ayers pears have a smooth flesh and contain a moderately high sugar content. The Ayers Pear Tree grows best in a sandy loam to loam soils that have a mild acidic (5.5 - 7) pH level.

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Tree July 23, 2015
Reviewer: Michael Bernhard from Carson City, NV United States  
Still alive

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Growth May 29, 2015
Reviewer: James Conrad from HUNTERTOWN, IN United States  
Planted in northern Indiana on May 8.  Now May 29 and have 3/4 inch of green leaf emerging from bud.

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Good shape, good plant! April 20, 2015
Reviewer: Mitchell Swindell from Farmington Hills, MI United States  
Good shape, good plant!

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Love them! April 7, 2015
Reviewer: Stephen Seeger from Boyers, PA United States  
Excellent quality and price. Handled properly in shipping. Study, mature trees.

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pear March 30, 2015
Reviewer: Douglas Beck from Cordele, GA United States  
planted ok

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