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Effect of rootstocks and interstocks on nutrient levels in 'Bartlett' pear leaves, on tree growth, and on fruit



Effect of rootstocks and interstocks on nutrient levels in 'Bartlett' pear leaves, on tree growth, and on fruit



Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 98(2): 200-202



Leaves of trees on several pear seedling rootstocks generally had higher levels of N, P, K and cu but lower Mg than leaves from trees on Quince A rootstocks. Differences in Ca, S, B, Fe, Mn and Zn levels were variable. The trunk cross-sectional areas of interstocks on seedling rootstocks were larger than those of Bartlett scions on seedling rootstocks.

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