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The effect of quince rootstocks and of interstocks on the performance of important pear varieties

The effect of quince rootstocks and of interstocks on the performance of important pear varieties

Erwerbsobstbau 15(11): 161-164

The vegetative and reproductive behaviour of some pear cvs was compared on 3 quince rootstocks, with or without interstocks of Pastorenbirne or Gellerts Butterbirne. The growth of Alexandre Lucas and Conference pears was most vigorous on Bachelier Quince., least vigorous on Quince A and intermediate on Pfander Quince. Yields of Conference were similar on all 3 rootstocks but those of Lucas were highest on Quince A.

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