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The Practical Fruit, Flower And Vegetable Gardener's Companion, With a Calendar

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Pear trees are grafted either on what are called free- stocks, or on dwarfing-stocks ; for the former, which are intended for full-sized trees, the seeds of the wilding-pear should be sown ; but frequently the pips of the perry-pears, and sometimes of the common cultivated sorts are used.
For dwarfing the quince is preferred ; but the white thorn, as already mentioned, is occasionally employed. Where the space is limited, or the ground is damp, the dwarfing- stocks are the more suitable. It is
...a favorite doctrine with some, that by budding or grafting on quince or hawthorn, pears of too melting and sugary a quality acquire firmness and acidity. To what extent this holds good has not been correctlv ascertained, but that the stock exerts a certain degree of influence on the fruit is beyond dispute. Some of the finer pears do not take so readily on the quince : in this case double working is resorted to. For example, the Virgoleuse may be easily budded on the quince, and the Beurre d'Aremberg will afterwards succeed freely only on the Virgouleuse.

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