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All the rootstocks from Vilmorin


, : All the rootstocks from Vilmorin. Colture Protette 27(12): 82-83

In response to the increasing practice of grafting in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum), aubergine melon and watermelon crops, the Vilmorin company has produced the following new rootstocks: Energy F1 and Kyndia F1 for aubergines and tomatoes; Jador F1, Elsi F1 for melons, Vita F1 and Forza F1 for watermelons.


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