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Conference Pear
Fruit and Vegetables
Hertfordshire

A multi-purpose, long, tapered yellow-green pear. Very juicy when ripe. Developed by Thomas Rivers of Sawbridgeworth, the odd name comes from it having won the only first-class certificate at the International Pear Conference at Chiswick in 1885.


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