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Studies on the frost resistance of fruit trees in the nursery stage. III. The relative frost hardiness of ungrafted pome fruit rootstocks



Studies on the frost resistance of fruit trees in the nursery stage. III. The relative frost hardiness of ungrafted pome fruit rootstocks



Zuchter 26: 307-15. bibl. 13



Of the apple seedlings Grahams Jubilaum, Malus prunifolia, Roter Trier and Bittenfelder Samling were equally hardy. Many Littauer Pepping and Antonovka plants remained undamaged; mixed seedlings from a French source were most susceptible to frost. The most hardy clonal rootstock was A2 from Sweden. Kirchensaller Mostbirne was the most resistant of the pear varieties. The maternal parent was shown to be very important for frost resistant qualities.

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