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The effects of rooted and unrooted rootstocks on grafting success and final take of grafted vines

The effects of rooted and unrooted rootstocks on grafting success and final take of grafted vines

Ondokuzmayis Universitesi, Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi 14(2): 127-137

The effect of using rooted rootstocks on grafting success, final take, and quality was investigated in studies at Van, Turkey. Grape cultivars Cavus, Gamay, Hafzali and Iskenderiye misketi were used as scions and grafted on rooted and unrooted rootstocks of 5BB, 8B, 41B, and 99R using a grafting machine. After stratification, grafting success and callus development were assessed. In addition, final take and quality of grafted vines were determined under nursery conditions.

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