Characteristics of Starkrimson Pears

Pear Starkrimson is one of the most popular varieties of pears. The main advantage is a high level of productivity.

Characteristics of Starkrimson Pears

Grade characteristics

Starkrimson, although it matures by the end of summer, is a winter-hardy and drought-resistant variety.

The ripening period is the end of July-August. It reaches its fertility for 5-7 years. The highest productivity is observed around the 10th year of cultivation. Pear Starkrimson bears fruit from 15 to 20 years.

Tree description

The tree is tall. According to the description of the variety, trees can reach a length of up to 5 m. They have abundant leafyness, weightiness. The main advantage is regular fruitfulness.

Leaves of dark green color are narrow, 3-10 cm long. The tip is pointed. .

When planting, pollinating plants are used, such as Conference, Williams, Panna, etc. Planting takes place in spring, less often in autumn. The first seedlings produce crops after 2 years. Bare root seedlings should not be stored for long. Immediate landing in the ground is required.

Description of the fetus

The description shows that the ripened fruit has a mass of 180-250 gr. The form is standard pear-shaped or rounded elongated. Pear variety Starkrimson has a rich red color with a burgundy sheen. The surface of the pear is smooth.

Characteristics of fruits Sotra Starkrimson:

  • pulp of juicy white color;
  • rich sweet and sour taste;
  • pleasant aroma.

Having such attractive external and taste data, Starkrimson is used in cooking for preparing sweet, dietary dishes. It can be an ingredient in jam, jam, jam. Great for compotes and liquors. It is often sold in dried form, retaining its beneficial properties.


Good care will increase tree yield

The plant requires timely care.

Consider the factors on which the level of productivity and the quality of the fruit depend.

Seat selection

This variety loves loose, clay-containing, moist soil. It is worth choosing places protected from the sun and wind. Withstands long periods without watering, but this should not be neglected.


Preferably carried out in spring. It is necessary to prepare the soil mixed with organic and mineral fertilizers. When planting trees, the border of the stock and scion should be located at or slightly above the ground.


The tree is self-pollinated. But in some problematic situations, additional pollination is necessary. Quince is suitable for this.


Pruning of pear seedlings is carried out in the early spring before the onset of the awakening of the buds. Needed to form a crown.

Soil mulching

It implies covering the soil in the area of ​​planting a tree with organic and inorganic means. Mulching is necessary to protect the land around the tree from weeds. It provides warming of the root zone in winter.


Water the tree as needed

The rate of watering plants varies from 20 to 30 liters of water per 1 m2. If heavy rainfall occurs, there is no need for additional watering. After this procedure, it is necessary to thoroughly loosen the soil in the near-trunk area.


It is important to top-feed in a timely manner. If planting is carried out in the spring, the first feeding will be in the 2nd year. In the case of planting in the fall, the next time top dressing is carried out a year later in the spring.

Autumn top dressing is necessary to replenish nutrients and prepare for low temperature conditions. Fertilizers are introduced by digging into the area of ​​the trunk circle.

For spring top dressing you will need fertilizers containing nitrogen. This will affect the number of future inflorescences and the quality of the fruit. Summer top dressing is carried out on the basis of potash and phosphorus fertilizers. They will provide the fruit with an excellent appearance.


Fruit trees are particularly susceptible to pest damage:

  • pear mites;
  • bedbugs;
  • itching
  • fruit beds;
  • day butterflies;
  • caterpillars of hawthorn;
  • Apple Blossom.

To combat these parasites, chemical preparations are used (Nitrafen, Karbofos, BI-58, Fufanon).

For preventive purposes, calcium-containing mineral fertilizers can be used. The goal is to protect the root system. Spraying occurs before and after flowering.


Pear Starkrimson has an average resistance to a disease such as scab. The main characteristics of the disease:

  • the causative agent is the fungus Venturia pirina, which appears on the leaves from the bottom of the plate;
  • dark green spots that soon turn brown;
  • leaves turn yellow and fall;
  • the fungus spreads to the bark of the tree, the stalk, petioles and flowers;
  • in the fight against scabs, spoiled fruits are collected and destroyed.

Another pest is fruit rot. The causative agent is Monilla fructigena. It begins with the spread of dark spots, which gradually turn into brown spots. Fruits change their color to lighter. Soon, they dry out.

On the surface there are a large number of small whitish spores that, when in contact with an adjacent fetus, carry infection. For treatment, a Bordeaux mixture is used. It is sprayed with trees at the time of budding and immediately after flowering. Sick fruits are collected and disposed of.


The main advantage of the Starkrimson pear variety is its high yield. It has an excellent indicator of resistance to disease and frost.

The plant is relatively unpretentious in care. Timely plant care is the key to a healthy, fruitful plant.


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