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Incompatibility between stock and scion. IX. Structural defects in the union between peach and Brompton



Incompatibility between stock and scion. IX. Structural defects in the union between peach and Brompton



An. Estac. exp. Aula Dei. 8: 399-410. bibl. 17



The peach varieties Male's Early and Dixired formed normal graft unions with Brompton rootstocks, but Sastago 126 A.D. united so imperfectly that some trees were severed at the union by the wind during each of the 5 years after planting out and others snapped during grubbing. Patches of parenchyma were found interrupting the continuity of the xylem of stock and scion in various degrees in a large proportion of the Sastago grafts. The bark, however, showed good continuity.

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