Lots of diversity, but not particularly well. I was just thinking the other day that I need to have a better spray regiment next year- maybe go with a non-organic insecticide. I also need to get going with the traps, as what survives the insects gets eaten. I was just looking at a grape vine which has half as much as it did a few days ago and appears to be at the same stage of ripeness (just a few turning ripe), as all the ripe ones were eaten. I do potatoes OK, as they are very easy Basically, dig, plant, weed, harvest.
For apples, I've bought maybe 40 varieties and grafted another 70-80. But I recently lost a big multi-graft, so that may knock the numbers down by ~10. So, maybe 100 varieties are growing, of which I've harvested maybe 20.
For pears, just 13 purchased and 29 grafted, including Asian pears (about 1/3 of both totals). Pears take a while, so most of the ones I've sampled are the Asians, though I have had 1-2 of several of the Euros (not necessarily good samples).