The problem with that is none of the fruit will do very well... they'll be crowded have poor air flow, possibly get moldy, and will all fight for the tree's energy... resulting in teeny fruit.
So I'll probably leave all the flower buds on, wait to see how well it cross pollinates with the other Asian pear (different variety), see how well the developing fruit fare against any freezing temps we might have, and then I'll thin it out drastically. I really want it to put energy in gaining some height this year. Maybe I'll let it form a dozen fruit, and then I'll probably lose some to pests.
I still get rave reviews from a neighbor who got to eat one last year. Can't wait for this year's crop!
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