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Influence of rootstocks on rose culture

Acta Horticulturae (43(1)): 197-200

Influence of rootstocks on rose culture

Baccara roses grafted onto R. canina, R. indica major and R. manetti rootstocks were grown in an unheated greenhouse for 5 years at densities of 8 and 10 plants/m2. At both densities those on R. manetti rootstocks were the most productive and those on R. canina the least, and the number of flowers/m2 was greatest at the higher density. Flower quality was affected by plant density only in the case of R. indica, when the lower density was better.

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