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Vegetative and reproductive performance of the apple cultivar Starkrimson grafted on different rootstocks


, : Vegetative and reproductive performance of the apple cultivar Starkrimson grafted on different rootstocks. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 21(6): 24-31

The performance of Starkrimson on M.2, M.7, M.9, M.26, A2, MM.104, MM.106, MM.109, MM.111 and on seedling rootstocks of the cultivars Golden Winter Pearmain and Golden Delicious was studied for 7 years. Trunk diameter, tree height and crown width were greatest on MM.109 and smallest on M.9 and MM.111. Tree losses were greatest on M.26 and least on M.2, M.4 or the two seedling rootstocks. Yields were highest on A2, M.2 and MM.106 and lowest on the seedling rootstocks.

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