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A comparison of rapidly growing rootstocks for French Prune


Acta Horticulturae (48): 21-22
A comparison of rapidly growing rootstocks for French Prune
Three Myrobalan and 2 Marianna rootstocks were compared in a 12-year trial. The rootstocks could be placed in 3 groups according to vigour, P 1090 and P 34-16 being the most vigorous and Marianna 4001 the least. The highest yields were obtained with Marianna GF 8-1 and P 1090, but yields in relation to trunk cross sectional area showed that Marianna 4001 was the most productive, followed by Marianna GF 8-1. Fruit size and sugar content were not affected by the rootstocks.


Accession: 000269636



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