Apple 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.

    $3.50
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  • Geneva 214 (apple)

    [35-40% size of standard tree] Has good precocity and yield efficiency.  Resistant to fire blight, crown rot and woolly apple aphid. Has a strong graft union and is replant tolerant. Geneva® rootstock descriptions are based on New York growing...

    $3.50
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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...

    $3.50
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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...

    $3.50
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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.

    $3.50
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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...

    $3.50
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  • P2 (Apple)

    [35-40% size of standard tree] Precocious.  Resistant to collar rot and is slightly susceptible to scab and mildew. Shows resistance to European canker, perennial canker, silver leaf and crown gall.  Has been widely used in Poland as an...

    $3.50
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