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Fercal, a new rootstock variety resistant to lime-induced chlorosis



Fercal, a new rootstock variety resistant to lime-induced chlorosis



Progres Agricole et Viticole 100(8): 220-225



The grapevine rootstock Fercal (Berlandieri X Colombard) X (Cabernet-Sauvignon X Berlandieri) produces many cuttings which root easily. It is reasonably resistant to fungal diseases, highly resistant to phylloxera and fairly resistant to nematodes (Meloidogyne sp.). It is a medium-vigorous rootstock giving high quality wines with scion cvs such as Ugni Blanc and Grenache N. It tolerates temporary waterlogging in spring.

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