Content tagged "malling"

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: 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...

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: M.9

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 The pedigree is unknown and it was selected in England from a group of French genotypes known collectively as “Juane de Metz” in the late 1800s. M.9 is the...

Apple Rootstock Info: M.27 EMLA

Apples Updated: January 05, 2015

 Selected in 1934 from a cross of M.13 x M.9 at East Malling Research station in Maidstone, Kent, England and was tested as Malling 3431. M.27 EMLA is a very...

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