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Pearrrrrrr

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  1. That's for the input everyone, much appreciated. Glad to hear the tree's end is not imminent! Hopefully we'll get a good few more years out of it, so I can get some return on the perry making kit I bought a few months back!
  2. Hi. The base of the trunk of the pear tree in our garden is spongy on one side, and the bark is falling off. The other side of the base seems fine. The tree has also got a lean, in the direction of the problem, but it might've been planted that way. We got a good haul of pears from it this year, and it looks healthy when it's in leaf, so not sure how bad this problem is. Is anyone has any suggestions of what could be the issue, I've attached some pictures, that would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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