- Mass of the fetus, g: up to 180
- Timing of ripening: Summer
- Duration of removal of fruits: end of August
- Purpose: In latest form, for conservation
- Type of growth: Memorial
- Yield: High
- Height, M: 2.5
- Crown: Pyramidal
- Epishers: Dark brown
- Leaves: Smooth with a short-core shape, have light green
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Pear grade Baltic Oil Already several decades enjoys constant popularity of gardeners. This is not surprising, because its fruits are high-yielding and have a delicate taste, and the trees are frost-resistant and low-surreaches to many diseases.
Description of varieties
Pear Baltic Oil looks like a mid-grade tree with a powerful root system, reaching up to 2.5 m in height. Branches are smooth and constantly raised up, as a result of this fast-growing crown has a pyramidal form. Shoots of this variety have a dark brown color. Leaves smooth short-core in shape, light green shade. The flowering process occurs in June, white flowers with rounded petals, odorless.
For the variety, the Baltic Oil is characterized by the fruit of the pear-shaped mass of about 180 g. They have a yellowish green with a slight orange tan in color. Pear length reaches 10 cm, and diameter – 5 cm. It should be noted that the fruits can be kept no more than two weeks.
Pears of this grade gentle and juicy. The flesh has a semi-shine structure. The fruits are pleasant, with an acidic sweetness. For them is characterized by a thin smooth lean sheath. They are especially good in the fresh form, but used for conservation for the winter.
Ripening and fruiting
Baltic Oil has summer maturation dates. Basically, mass cleaning of fruits occurs at the end of August. Fruption occurs on 5-6 year of growth. Ripe fruits can hang on branches for a long time.
Grades consistently gives high yields. The average yield is 60 kg from one tree. Baltic Oil is famous for regular annual fruiting.
For Pear Grade Baltic Oil perfectly fits light, loose and very fertile soil. The reaction is preferable neutral (6.8-7.0 pH). Place of landing should be covered with sunlight all day. On a plot intended for breeding the Baltic Oil Pear, there should be no stagnation of wax and rainwater.
Saplings ideally take two year old, about 80 cm in height, the bark should look smooth, elastic and not dried. They are planted at the end of March or in mid-November before the start of active vegetation. When landing in a spring time, a hole of 60×60 is prepared in autumn, introducing 25 g of manure as a fertilizer, 350 g of sand and 90 g of potassium chloride. In the process of landing, you must carefully straighten the roots, put them in the pit and pour out the earth. Then the sapling should be abundantly pouring and gently tackle the earth around him.
Growing and care
Pear Baltic Oil does not require special conditions for normal growth, it is well tolerating winter frosts. This is a sammostful grade that does not need landing of pollinators. In hot summer weather, wood is required 10 liters of water every 3 days. The peat and humid layer are often used as a mulch. Like many fruit trees, this variety requires a regular trimming of thick and sick branches in spring or autumn at temperatures above-7 degrees.
Resistance to diseases and pests
Sort Pear Baltic Oil has a high resistance to disease. In order to prevent fruit rotches, pasta and mosaic disease, it is necessary to process trees with a solution of copper sulfate (60-90 g per 10 liters of water) and delete suspicious suspicious on top of the leaves and fruits. Often, young seedlings are attacked by pests insects, the most common of them are leafpers, ticks, frozing, green apple TLL. For prophylaxis, we recommend treatment with burgundy liquid, soap solution or the influence of mustard, and for the struggle, the Horus or Abiga Peak fungicides are used to fight.