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Relationships between chemical composition and degree of compatibility in peach-plum combinations



Relationships between chemical composition and degree of compatibility in peach-plum combinations



An. Estac. exp. Aula Dei. 7: 1-34. bibl. 40



The peach varieties Duraznilla de Sastago and Hale's Early were fully compatible with Brompton, but not with Myrobalan B rootstocks. Incompatibility was associated with starch accumulation in the scion at the expense of the rootstock. This imbalance preceded the visual manifestation of symptoms of incompatibility.

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