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The vineland (V.) apple rootstocks


, : The vineland (V.) apple rootstocks. Compact Fruit Tree 26: 95-96

Results from trials of a series of dwarf rootstock selections (V.1, V.2, V.3, V.4 and V.7), with various scion cultivars, indicated that V.1 and V.3 were promising when compared with Mark and EMLA M.9.

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