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Behaviour of new early European plum selections grafted on two rootstocks

, : Behaviour of new early European plum selections grafted on two rootstocks. Acta Horticulturae ( 317): 133-141

Since 1978, over 2000 seedlings have been obtained from the European plum (Prunus domestica) breeding programme set up in Florence, Italy. Ten promising early and early-intermediate ripening selections were grafted and evaluated on 2 different rootstocks: Pixy (P. insititia) and Myrobalan 29C (P. cerasifera). The planting was done in 1982 at the CNR experimental farm at Fallonica.

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