Tips for Cultivating Pears Fast Harvest

Pear belongs to the genus Pyrus, this fruit is widely cultivated in North Africa, Europe, and East Asia. Even so, you can also cultivate these pears in Indonesia.

You can do pear cultivation easily. This is because many inspiring farmers have succeeded in cultivating pears in various types of soil. This is certainly an inspiration for farmers who want to start cultivating pears.

With its fresh and delicious taste, it certainly makes many people interested in cultivating pears. This pear plant can grow in a variety of soil conditions. This pear tree is also easy to grow because when viewed in terms of size it fits and fits in a small room or yard.

For those of you who want to cultivate fruit plants, it is better to try this pear plant cultivation. In doing this pear cultivation, the tools and materials you need are quite easy to find. To be more clear, you just see how to cultivate pears in full below.


Pear cultivation should be done in early December to early March to start planting pear seedlings. Before sprouting, it's good for pear seeds to go through a cold period. This cooling process is known as stratification. The reason is, Indonesia does not experience winter. That way, the initial planting of pear seeds until the budding period occurs, is carried out in a room that has an environmental temperature control device. With the aim of cooling or lowering the ambient temperature. Pear seeds are planted in small pots that have been given fertilizer.


When planting, plant varieties that are suitable for each other. Plant pear seeds or pear seeds in fertile, well-drained soil. Soil that gets full sun exposure in a place with good air circulation during the growing season. Pear trees often grow standard spaces 18-25 feet apart. Dwarf pear trees require only 11-16 feet of spacing.

For the cultivation of pear trees in containers or containers, it is worth removing the plant from the pot. Remove the erratic roots by placing the center of the root on the other side. Use scissors to cut the roots. In contrast to grafted trees, position them in a position away from sunlight when planting. You dig a hole a few inches deeper and wider than the pear plant root spread. Place the tree in a small mound of soil in the center of the hole.

Maintenance and Harvesting

At the age of 2-3 years, you should do pruning on the planted pear seeds. This is very important to do. The reason is, at this age pear seeds begin to experience tree formation and tree structure. In Indonesia, pear harvesting from pear cultivation is usually done in September-October. Pears produced in Indonesia have poor characteristics. Pears have a relatively small size, the taste of the fruit is not as sweet as pears which are widely cultivated in temperate climates.

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