I've got a 'deer pear' from Nativ Nursuries that is now about 20 ft tall, growing wildly in all directions. I'll post pics if I can get them downsized to fit. I have access to about two dozen Bartlett and Keiffer scions. I don't have any 'deer pear' fruits to protect - only a half dozen each year, marble sized. My tree has numerous leaders, 2 to 4 inches in diameter. My goal is earliest possible fruiting of edible pears. Do I whack the deer pear back to graft onto a six foot stump, graft onto every branch over an inch thick, do a couple dozen pencil thick scions out on the branches or ????