Description of the pear Favorite Klappa
Autumn pear Beloved Klappa is appreciated by gardeners not only for a pleasant taste, but also for having no particular preferences in the care and planting.
Description of the pear Favorite Klappa
The composition of the pear varieties Lyubimitsa Klapp includes the following substances:
- sugar - 10 mg / 100 g;
- solids - 15%;
- group C vitamins - 7 mg / 100 g;
- P vitamins - 40 mg / 100 g.
High levels of vitamins and minerals can enhance the human immune system.
Pear Clapp's Favorite is considered universal. It is consumed fresh or used to make desserts or compotes.
The tree begins to bear fruit 5 years after planting and lives about 50 years.
The appearance of the plant
The height of the pear of the Lyubimitsa Klappa variety reaches 4 m. The crown of a pear of medium density with time acquires a rounded shape, the main branches are at an angle of 45-50 °.
The inflorescence of white color consists of 5-9 small flowers.
Description of the fetus
The pear variety Luba Klappa is characterized by large fruits. The average weight of individual fruits reaches 300 g, but with time the growth of the tree, the fruits decrease. An adult tree bears fruit whose weight does not exceed 150-170 g.
The skin color is represented by a pale yellow tint. As it ripens, the pear variety Lyubimitsa Klappa appears a pale pink blush, which occupies 60% of the entire area of the fruit. The pulp is white, the taste of the fruit is sweet, without any impurities of acid.
According to the description, the pear Lyubimitsa Klappa can not be pollinated independently, therefore, similar to her varieties of pollinators are planted nearby.
The main pollinators are such varieties as Saint Germain, Williams, Beauty of the forest or Bere. Also, these varieties are characterized by excellent indicators of productivity and resistance to common diseases.
Preparation for landing
Before planting, planting material is selected. Preference is given only to seedlings whose age is not more than 2 years. Old seedlings will not bring good yields.
Pay attention to the appearance of the roots. Their length should not be more than 25 cm. Also, on the root system there should be no signs of damage or disease, otherwise the plant will quickly die.
The soil should be chosen loose. It is important that it contains a minimum of acid-base balance and is characterized by a high content of nutrients. This is important for the development of the root system and the entire tree. Preference should be given to chernozem or loamy soil.
The tree needs to be tied up
Planting varieties Lyubimitsa Klappa is best done in the fall. During the winter, the root system will get stronger, and in the spring it will begin to form in bunches.
In advance, dig a hole with dimensions of 60 x 100 cm. A support is buried in it, where the sapling is then tied. This allows it to form evenly and not break under the influence of wind.
Spreading the roots around the perimeter of the pit, they are gradually covered with earth. The earth must penetrate even into the space between the parts of the roots. The neck of the root system should be above the ground at a distance of 4 cm. After the plant is completely filled up and the soil is a little tamped. The tree is immediately tied to a support. After that, a small circular hole is formed around the young tree. It is intended for irrigation.
Immediately after planting, the tree is watered. At least 2 buckets of water at room temperature (28-30 ° C) are poured into the formed well. Also, water is mixed with humus, watered a plant. This allows the roots to immediately catch on the soil and develop better.
It should be noted that care is the key to the proper development of any plant. It allows not only to improve the immune system of culture, but also significantly increase yield indicators.
It is necessary to properly water. It is carried out in the evening with warm water so that moisture does not evaporate under the influence of the sun. The regularity of irrigation directly depends on the climate of the region (in hot areas the plant is watered more often). The optimal watering regime is once every 3-4 days.
In the process of care, trimming plays an important role. Young trees must be pruned before planting. It is recommended to delete long branches. Adult plants are pruned every year in spring. Damaged areas, diseased or dry, are removed. This will only promote the distribution of nutrients to healthy parts.
Top dressing should consist of alternating organics and mineral fertilizers. Immediately after planting, they are fed with nitrogen for the successful development of the roots.
At the time of flowering formation, top dressing is carried out using compost or humus to increase the number of inflorescences, and, as a result, the crop.
During the fruiting period, top dressing is carried out by phosphorus and potassium compounds. They allow the fruit to pour faster, and acquire a pleasant taste.
The autumn pear of the Ljubimitza Klappa variety is not resistant to diseases and parasites, despite the properties of pollinators. The main diseases that this species is exposed to are scab and powdery mildew.
Prevention is the timely pruning of branches that begin to undergo disease. If the moment of the formation of the disease is missed, it can be cured with a solution of Bordeaux fluid or copper sulfate. Spraying is carried out every week until the disease is completely eradicated.
Moth and aphids are the main parasites. You can prevent the appearance of parasites by treating the plant with Karbofos. 40 mg of the drug are diluted in 5 l of water and sprayed. You can get rid of existing pests by folk remedies by preparing a tincture of chamomile or calendula.
Processing with these substances is carried out every 2 days.
Klapp's favorite is one of the most common varieties of pear trees. You must follow the standard rules of care in order to get an excellent crop of high quality.