Rootstock

  • Bud9 (Apple)

    [35-40% size of standard tree] Precocious. May be more tolerant to fire blight than M-9. Resistant to crown and root rots. Extremely winter hardy. Requires support. Moderate suckering.

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  • Geneva 41 (apple)

    [35-40% size of standard tree] Fully-dwarfing rootstock similar in size to M.9 with precocity and productivity surpassing M.9 in trials. Cold hardy and highly resistant to fire blight and crown rot. Geneva® rootstock descriptions are based on New...

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  • Geneva 935 (apple)

    [40-50% size of standard tree] Semi-dwarfing stock similar in size to M.26. Most precocious and productive of the semi-dwarfing rootstock. Cold hardy and highly resistant to fire blight and crown rot. Geneva® rootstock descriptions are based on New...

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  • M111 (Apple)

    [75-85% size of standard tree] Vigorous, well anchored, resistant to collar rot and woolly apple aphids. Tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions, and a good selection for heavy, poorly-drained soils.

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  • M7 (apple)

    [50-60% size of standard tree] One of the most popular rootstocks in the commercial industry. Somewhat precocious. Fruit size often small. May require support. Resistant to collar rot and fire blight. Adapts well to a wide range of soil types and...

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  • OHxF333 (Pear)

    Developed in Oregon.  Trees will be approximately 50 - 65% of a standard tree at maturity or about 14 - 16 feet. These trees are hardy, do not require support, and are very productive.  Trees trend to be resistant to fire blight.

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