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Apple Rootstock Info: Seedling

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Seedling rootstocks are usually produced from seeds obtained from apple juice plants and are typically ‘Delicious’. Because seedling rootstocks are not...

Apple Rootstock Info: P.18

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Resulted from a cross of M.4 x Common Antonovka and released by the Research Institute of Poland  in Skierniewice, Poland. This is a nondwarfing rootstock...

Apple Rootstock Info: MM.111 EMLA

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

Introduced in 1952 from a cross of Merton 793 x ‘Northern Spy’ by the John Innes Horticultural Institute and the East Malling Research Station in England....

Apple Rootstock Info: Antonovka 313

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

   

Apple Rootstock Info: V.1

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 The Vineland series of apple rootstocks originated as open-pollinated hybrids of ‘Kerr’ crabapples and M.9 rootstock and were selected at the Horticultural...

Apple Rootstock Info: MM.106 EMLA

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Selected in 1932 from a cross of M.2 x ‘Northern Spy’ by the John Innes Horticultural Institute and the East Malling Research Station in England. MM.106...

Apple Rootstock Info: M.7 EMLA

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Formerly known as EM VII. Selected in 1912 from unknown parentage at the East Malling Research station in Maidstone, Kent, England. Trees on M.7 EMLA...

Apple Rootstock Info: M.26

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Resulted from a cross between M.16 and M.9 in 1929, at the East Malling Research Station, Maidstone, Kent, England. Traditionally considered a dwarf...

M.27,M.9 interstem MM.111 rootstock

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Because many dwarfing rootstocks have less than the desired level of cold resistance and trees on all dwarfing rootstocks require support, dwarf rootstocks...

M.27, M.9 interstem with MM.106 rootstock

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Because many dwarfing rootstocks have less than the desired level of cold resistance and trees on all dwarfing rootstocks require support, dwarf rootstocks...

Apple Rootstock Info: M.4

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Selected in 1912 from unknown parents at the East Malling Research Station in Maidstone, Kent, England. M.4 is slightly dwarfing and produces a tree about...

Apple Rootstock Info: J-TE-H

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Released from Techobuzic, Czech Republic. The early descriptions from Czech researchers suggested that J-TE-H produces a tree about the size of trees on...

Apple Rootstock Info: G.969

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 G.969 is a semidwarfing rootstock that is resistant to fire blight, crown rot, and woolly apple aphid. It is classified as having growth control between M.7...

Apple Rootstock Info: G.890

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 G.890 is a semidwarfing rootstock that is resistant to fire blight (Erwinia amylovora), crown rot (Phytopthora spp.) and woolly apple aphid. At this time...

Apple Rootstock Info: G.30

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Resulted from a cross between M.9 and Robusta 5 and introduced by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY.  G.30 produces a fairly...

Apple Rootstock Info: G.11

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Resulted from a cross of M.26 and  Robusta 5 crabapple and introduced in 1993 by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY.  G.11 is...

Apple Rootstock Info: B.490

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Originated from a cross of Red-Leaved Paradise (B.9) x Bud. 13-14 at the Michurinsk College of Agriculture, former Soviet Union. Bud. 490 is a semi-vigorous...

Apple Rootstock Info: B.118

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Formerly Bud. 54-118. A semi-dwarfing rootstock from the Michurinsk College of Agriculture, former Soviet Union. Resulted from a’ Moscow Pear’ x M.9 or M.8...

Apple Rootstock Info: V.3

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 The Vineland series of apple rootstocks originated as open-pollinated hybrids of ‘Kerr’ crabapples and M.9 rootstock and were selected at the Horticultural...

Apple Rootstock Info: Supporter 4

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Formerly selected as Pi 80 and resulted from a cross between M.9 and M.4. European reports indicate the vigor is similar to M.26 with good resistance to low...

Apple Rootstock Info: Supporter 1

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Resulted from a cross between M.9 and Malus baccata (L.) Borkh. Supporter 1 was tested at seven locations in the NC-140 1999 trial with ‘Fuji’ as the scion...

Apple Rootstock Info: P.22

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Resulted from a cross of M.9 x Common Antonovka and released Research Institute of Poland  in Skierniewice, Poland. This is a very dwarfing rootstock,...

Apple Rootstock Info: P.2

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Resulted from a cross of M.9 x Common Antonovka and released by the Research Institute of Poland in Skierniewice, Poland. This is a productive, cold hardy,...

Apple Rootstock Info: Ottawa 3

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Introduced by the Agriculture Canada Research Station in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada in 1974 as a hardy dwarfing rootstock. The parents were M.9 and 'Robin'...

Apple Rootstock Info: Mark

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 An open-pollinated seedling of M.9 and introduced by Michigan state University, USA in 1979. It is a virus-free clone of MAC-9. Mark is a hardy, precocious...

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