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Selection of dwarfing rootstocks for Prunus domestica. A preliminary trial

, : Selection of dwarfing rootstocks for Prunus domestica. A preliminary trial. Acta Horticulturae (48): 13-19

Seedlings of several Prunus spp. and several clones of interspecific hybrids were tested as rootstocks for French Prune (Prunier d'Ente), clone INRA GF 707. Differences in tree development were observed after 8 years in the orchard.

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