Apple Rootstock Characteristics and Descriptions

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Click on a rootstock to access characteristics and descriptions.

Dwarfing Rootstocks

Semi-Dwarfing Rootstocks

Standard Size Rootstocks

B.9

B.118

G.16

B.490

MM.111 EMLA

B.10 G.202

P.18

G.214

G.11

Seedling

G.41

G.210

 

G.65

G.30

 

G.935

G.890

 

M.27

G.969

 

M.9

J-TE-H

 

Mark

M.4

 

Ottawa 3

M.27, M.9 (interstem)/
MM.106 rootstock

 

P.2

M.27,M.9(interstem)/
MM.111 rootstock

 

P.22

M.26

 

Supporter 1

M.7 EMLA

 

Supporter 4

MM.106 EMLA

 

V.3

V.1

 

 

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