Prunus avium x Prunus pseudocerasus: Colt 288 BC, described the joining of a root and branch, as distinguished from the rooting of cuttings, and catalogued the feasible combinations of fruit trees. It has been used as interstems to convert plum orchards into cherries or cherries into plums. Here is an example of the chart, in case anyone has ideas on how to increase the efficiency of it. Prunus tomentosa: Nanking Cherry Compared with Mahaleb, Krymsk 7 is more tolerant of soil moisture extremes. I’m working on this, research is slow going and I don’t know when I will get the charts uploaded. Graft Compatibility: peach, nectarines, apricots, plums, prunes, almonds. Lovell does not tolerate heavy soils and is susceptibility to root-knot nematode, but is partly resistant to bacterial canker. Prunus cerasifera x Prunus munsoniana See chart… “inland” is referenced for several rootstock & scion combinations… the rest of the country should not have incompatibility problems. Prunus besseyi x Prunus americana No local news about it. Grafting fruit trees is one of the only food plot enhancements you can make that can truly last a lifetime. © Copyright 2020 Hearst Communications, Inc. http://leafsnap.com/ Mariana 2624 (P. cerasifera x P. munsoniana) is compatible with most cultivars of plums and produces a semi-dwarf tree (10 to 15 ft). I found a nice exception to this. Pecka and Bulida break at graft union.1 Is there a chart of what trees (or root stock) accept the scion wood of other varieties or species? 83/5, has the same origin like Adaptabil. Incompatible with most apricots.1 Also, if someone can tell me of any cases of decline/incompatibility in any hybrid persimmons grafted to pure virginiania rootstock, I would be indebted. These trees are commonly called “citrus cocktail trees”, or “fruit salad trees… Wild-goose plum; GF 8-1, Marianna 2624 Imparts vigor and improves fruit quality and quantity; N. Italy and France. PDX OR. Compatibility 2. Prunus mahaleb x Prunus avium: Maxma 14 But I had local news on my 101-n-1 citrus tree. I found a nice exception to this. Gisela 5 produces few if any suckers. Pyrus communis: Domestic Pear, Common Pear, European Pear, Bartlett Pear, Kirschensaller Pear Lovell (Prunus persica) is a peach rootstock that produces a standard size tree with early fruit set and consistent crop. Gisela 12 is well anchored but support is recommended. Pyrus calleryana: Aristocrat Pear, Callery Pear The disadvantages of Marianna 2624 is it tends to lean, shallow roots the first few years, very susceptible to bacterial canker, incompatible with peaches, nectarines and some almond cultivars, suckers profusely, susceptible to crown gall, almonds subject to brown line disease and union mild etch. Almond, Apricot, Plum, “Prune” Marianna 2624 compatibility with Almond Varieties: There is considerable difference in the degree of compatibility of almond varieties on this rootstock and also their productivity. That would be something to see. Wild species in North America. https://www.treenames.net/ This rootstock is not suitable for strongly growing plum cultivars. Sometimes, incompatible grafts may survive past the initial stages, but they eventually fail. Sta. Prunus cerasifera x Prunus salicina: Myrobalan GF 3–1 Grafted fruit trees will fruit and flower sooner than seedling trees. Since then we have successfully mail ordered Fruit Trees along with many other Plants. A grafted tree on the other hand can be fruiting as soon as the tree is physically large enough to support it, usually at about the 2 or 3 year mark. It is accomplished in late winter and involves inserting the desired … It’s kinda hard to comprehend a tree with that many fruiting branches, unless it’s just a massive old tree. A good stock for high density plantings and high tunnels. From my 150-n-1 tree, so far, after 8 years, all of the European plums grafted to Hollywood Plum have been long lasting and vigorous. Fruit maturity may be advanced by 1 to 3 days relative to Mazzard. It was named in 2000 year.11, S-16 Prunus Besseyi Compatibility With Apricot Varieties: It has good virus resistance and no suckering problems. The practice of grafting is an ancient one. Malus prunifolia: Plumleaf Crab Apple Viking (Complex Prunus hybrid of Prunus persica, P. dulcis, P. cerasifera, P. mume) good with peach, nectarine, almond. Grafting Fruit Trees Loyd Collett . Apple tree grafting compatibility Apple None Given I have taken 12 tree grafts based on a grafting chart that came along with the rootstocks and 10 were successful yay :) but i lost the fruit tree family grafting charts and can't seem to find one proper and simple online , can you please provide me with a helpful link or chart thanks Decline of persimmon (Diospyros kaki L.) trees on Diospyros virginiana rootstocks Prunus armeniaca: Incompatibility. I think it should be noted that other than the inland of California (“northern” Cali. It was named in 2000 year. Not that I keep track of such things, nor would I know where to look, but is that some kind of record of cultivars on one tree? Callery pear as rootstock? I transplanted a Am (wild) plum to our yard last year, and now it’s blooming. Prunus domestica: Incompatibility with Tuleu and Reine Claude groups. Prunus insititia Krymsk 7 is well suited to varieties needing improved precocity over Colt and Mazzard. Apricot can be grown on Myrobalan plum rootstocks, although weakness and breaking at the graft union has been reported after high winds. Here is an example of the chart, in case anyone has ideas on how to increase the efficiency of it. Same genera 3. Main rootstock used in California because it is resistant to root-knot nematode and is compatible with peach, nectarine and plum. Prunus armeniaca Figure that out. Incompatible with most apricots.1, S-9 Prunus Insititia Compatibility With Apricot Varieties: https://www.thespruce.com/scientific-names-of-plants-listed-alphabetically-4120570, S-0 Uncharted Compatibility: Good compatibility with peach and nectarine cultivars. If the rootstock finds tissues that it cannot communicate with because of cellular or chemical incompatibilities, the graft fails and the bud dies from starvation. Colt has vigorous, sturdy, erect shoots with large leaves. Pyrus pyrifolia: Chinese Sand Pear, Sand Pear, Japanese Pear, Asian Pear, Oriental Pear, Chinese Pear However, it is still recommended for trees with a medium growth vigour and for those planted on light soils.4 Nanking cherry is actually more closely related to plums than to true cherries. Prunus cerasifera x Prunus spinosa or Prunus domestica x Prunus spinosa: Mr.S. It’s entirely possible to have a single tree that grows lemons, limes, tangerines, grapefruits and oranges. Some incompatibility, slow vegetative growth, low productivity, heavy or alkaline soils, sensitive to crown-gall and Phytophthora. and Pratylenchus vu/nus. These cultivars should be used as interstock.8 9 10 Prunus cerasifera x Prunus persica: Krymsk 86 Prunus besseyi x Prunus cerasifera Anyone with “Yes this works” or “No this doesn’t work” can send me a message and I’ll include it in the references section for proper credit. There within lies the possible compatibility when grafting European plums to Asian plums. SECTION S-14 is a must read for everyone! For more grafting citrus trees tutorial, you can visit our official channel here: https://goo.gl/Xpf9mB. widely used as a rootstock for American or American-Japanese hybrid plums. It was studied under code name of C 8. Pyrus caucasica: Caucasian Pear By the time the plant reaches you, the garden center or place where you buy the plant may not know if the plant is grafted or not, and the graft union has long since healed over and is hard to see. What Causes the Failure of Mango Grafting? (See chart). Myrobalan GF 31 Very productive and precocious; support is recommended. Healthy plant tissue 7. Compatible: Black Tartarian, Lambert, Lapins, Minnie Royal, Rainier, Royal Ann, Royal Lee, Royal Rainier, Stella, Sunburst, Sweetheart, Utah Giant, Van16, C-2 Prunus Avium Compatibility With Tart/Sour Cherry Varieties: Continue to monitor for delayed incompatibility, please. Prunus pensylvanica: Pin Cherry It has good virus resistance and no suckering problems. Take a look at a list of plants that, if you buy them commercially, are likely grafted specimens. For soil tests in our area, Western A & L labs is recommended. My husband, Tom, shows you how to graft using a sharp knife as well as a grafting tool. It is early blooming and very heavy bearing. can be cross grafted onto the same root stock, and single seeded fruits peaches,apricots,plums etc. Because of its vigor, trees on Mazzard take slightly longer to reach their full productivity than trees on Mahaleb and other semi-dwarfing rootstocks. Mango tree propagation may be accomplished by either planting seeds or through the grafting of mango trees. It is compatible with most plum cultivars. Mahaleb (P. mahaleb) produces a tree 75 to 80% the size of Mazzard and Colt rooted trees. Anything prunus can be grafted to it. Nemaguard (P. persica x P. davidiana) is a peach rootstock that produces a vigorous, productive tree with good fruit size and little to no suckering. Inventors Chris, Gary, Grant Zaiger and Leith Gardner of Zaiger Genetics, USA. are satisfactory. virginiana, but not serotina.6, C-8 Prunus cerasifera cv ‘Adara’ Compatibility With Cherry Varieties: Prunus cerasifera x Prunus dulcis: Mirobac Gisela 5 (P. cerasus x P. canescens) is the most popular root is a very precocious stock that produces a tree about 45% the size of Mazzard. Thanks for writing this! Adara or Puente, a myrobalan selection, was developed in UC Davis and researchers in Spain found out about its excellent graft compatibility with almost all sweet cherry cultivars while being graft compatible with Asian and European plums as well. ).3 Compatible with most apricots.1, S-12 Prunus Tomentosa Compatibility With Plum Varieties: Bystercei reduces vigor and early decline while improving yield; Spain, Romania, Serbian Yugoslavia; Adesto reduces vigor with increased cropping efficiency and fruit size, tolerates heavy, calcareous wet soils and is resistant to Meloidogyne. I would guess that other P. cerasifera x P. salicina hybrids like Lavina or Obilnaya can serve as understock or interstem for Euro plums as well. I’ve heard some have had success w/P. ).11, S-18 Prunus Virginiana Compatibility With Plum Varieties: Malus baccata: Siberian Crab Apple, Manchurian Crabapple Compatible - Aldrich, Carmel, Fritz, Mission, Neplus, Nonpareil Advantage™, Padre, Peerless, Ruby, Sonora, Wood Colony Intermediate - Butte, Monterey, Winters Incompatible - Kapareil, Nonpareil, Solano Originated in Davis, California, by W.L. Apricots should accept most all pluots very well; Japanese plums; European plum (Most not compatible.) Another common "fruit salad tree" is created when many types of citrus are combined on a single rootstock. Malus pumila: Common Apple, Paradise Apple, Antonovka Apple, Bittenfelder Apple, Borowinka Common Apple, Red Fuji Apple Prunus mahaleb: Mahaleb Cherry, Rock Cherry, St. Lucie Cherry Compatible: Dapple Dandy, Emerald Drop, Flavor Finale, Flavor Grenade, Flavor King, Flavor Queen, Flavor Supreme, Flavorosa, Splash4, S-5 Prunus Cerasifera Compatibility With Interspecific Hybrid Varieties: Prunus mirobalan x Prunus armeniaca The truth is that plum works better than cherry. Pyrus serrulata: Serrulata Pear Prunus besseyi: Western Sand Cherry For trees up to the age of five, you can graft all of the branches at once. Intermediate: Butte, Monterey, Winters Maxma 14 results in trees that are only ¾ the size of a tree grafted to Mahaleb, and bear fruit 4 to 5 years earlier. It has good resistance to root-knot nematode, but is susceptible to bacterial canker and Armillaria. The rootstock is cold hardy, drought tolerant and has excellent anchorage with a moderate resistance to phytophthora and crown gall, has some resistance to bacterial canker. Australia is a country where people want to make their own little RainForest or Nut Tree Plantation. Commercial fruit trees ar e usually formed . I can’t open the pics, (my wife has a FB account, but I’ve forgotten the password) but I read the story. Prunus persica Trees grow vigorously; slightly dwarfing; tolerates wet soils; cultivar is propagated vegetatively by hardwood cuttings. Produces abundant red and white fruit; excellent fruit for wildlife; suitable for humans as well, especially good for jams, preserves, and jelly. Prunus umbellata: Sloe, Wild Plum, Flatwoods Plum, Hog Plum Prunus angustifolia: Chickasaw Plum, Sand Plum, Sandhill Plum American plum (Prunus americana) accepts: Asian plum; European plum to a degree (beware of delayed incompatibility symptoms discussed below & what to look for); Peach/Nectarine; Pluot aka Plumcot; Pluerry; Aprium; Apricot is 100% incompatible but hybrid plums are recommended to be grafted to American plum. Growing Fruit Trees Growing Grapes Wedding Who Pays Fruit Trees In Containers Japanese Plum Aquaponics Kit Plum Tree Unique Trees Variety Of Fruits. Just remember that multi seeded fruits apples,pears etc. It’s now a wiki so we can all edit and there is no limit. In heavy soils, significant suckers may occur. An Open-pollinated seedling Marianna; selected in 1926. Waterworth received a Bachelor of Arts in American history from Columbia College. http://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/agriculture/issues/tar-15-39-1/tar-39-1-14-1405-134.pdf. In this method, buds are harvested from donor trees and kept moist to encourage them to swell before they're slipped into a slit in the rootstock's bark and nestled against the constantly growing cambium layer inside. Yakima (European) to Methley. Krymsk 6 is well suited to varieties needing improved precocity. Only slightly tolerant of heavy soils, susceptible to crown gall (Agrobacterium spp.). The trick to creating a multiple fruit-bearing tree is to graft several compatible varieties or species onto the same rootstock. From my 150-n-1 tree, so far, after 8 years, all of the European plums grafted to Hollywood Plum have been long lasting and vigorous. Can’t direct you to any published document, but that’s what I’ve always been told. It was studied under code name of B 83/1. Also the European plums have good compatibility with purple ornamental cherry plum, P. cerasifera. These native species tend to be suckering types, so yes, you’d get larger fruits on the one stem that you grafted, but it would soon be surrounded by a thicket of suckers from the native rootstock.12, C-1 Prunus Avium Compatibility With Sweet Cherry Varieties: The tree structure is open and round. Gisela 5 has good anchorage but support is recommended. Complex Prunus hybrid that is reported to be 1/2 peach, 1/4 almond, 1/8 plum and 1/8 apricot – (Prunus persica, P. dulcis, P. cerasifera, P. mume). 2/5 Gisela 6 is well anchored but support is recommended. However, Mazzard produces tall, vigorous trees that are difficult to access during pruning and harvest. It doesn’t have the habit of suckering. In NC-140 Trials: 2009 Prunus americana is a species native to North America from Saskatchewan to New Mexico, east to New hampshire and Florida. Don’t be expecting fruit anytime soon however. Citation (P. salicina x P. persica) is a peach-plum hybrid rootstock that produces dwarf trees (8 to 12 ft) and is tolerant of wet soils. Serve reasonably well as rootstocks for many domestic plum varieties - European and Japanese hybrids. Colt (P. avium x P. pseudocerasus) Colt is tolerant of periodic high water tables, is less susceptible to Phytophthora cherry stem pitting and gophers than most other cherry rootstocks. Compatible: Black Tartarian17, C-4 Prunus Mahaleb Compatibility With Tart/Sour Cherry Varieties: Asian to European is (most) will be successful. After several weeks, the bud is completely surrounded by the rootstock's tissues, and the nutritional transport systems begin to join. Article Info . Certain peach cultivars do not show any incompatibility with P. tomentosa rootstock. Like most seedling rootstocks Myrobalan is not particularly precocious, and trees should start bearing after 4-5 years. All of the compatibility and incompatibility tests can be found in this scientific paper. Very similar to Nemaguard in most ways, except it has red leaves. The tree is open and spreading with wide branch angles. I did one two years ago and so far it’s fine. There is considerable difference in the degree of compatibility of almond varieties on this rootstock and also their productivity. Japanese plum to Japanese plum or rootstocks: St Julien, Citation, Krymsk 1, Krymsk 86, Prunus americana, & Apricot. Malus sylvestris: French Crab Apple, European Crab Apple Most citrus fruit trees are compatible for grafting with other citrus fruits. Myrobalan (Prunus cerasifera ) Graft Compatibility: Apricot, Plum, Prune. With most home grafting, keep in mind that the scion wood is usually not directly grafted onto the fruit tree's rootstock, but rather onto another variety (or … An additional reference from Thompson & Morgan shows Peaches, Plums, Apricots, & Nectarines as perfectly compatible to Myrobalan. However, in some instances it confers excessive vegetative vigor and lower cropping than Mahaleb and other semi-dwarfing rootstocks. Compatible: Aldrich, Carmel, Fritz, Mission, Neplus, Nonpareil Advantage, Padre, Peerless, Ruby, Sonora, Wood Colony Aronia as rootstock You have 150 cultivars on one tree? Heavy soils, water logging, suckers (except Torinel). Prunus amygdalus: Good compatibility. Virginiana grafts leafed out and died a short time later. Varieties of olives can be grafted onto one another. The bud forms a callous on the cut side almost immediately as the rootstock's xylem cells are at work attempting to grow over the bud. Krymsk 7 is adapted to a wide range of soil and growing conditions. These native species tend to be suckering types, so yes, you’d get larger fruits on the one stem that you grafted, but it would soon be surrounded by a thicket of suckers from the native rootstock.12, S-22 Prunus Americana Compatibility With Plum Varieties: Limited compatibility, susceptible to Pseudomonas ssp. Compatibility is determined by the species of fruit trees you wish to graft together. John S Prunus persica (Nemaguard) x (Prunus dulcis x Prunus blierianna): Atlas https://krymskrootstock.com/krymsk-7-rootstock/. Prunus cerasifera, Prunus myrohalana And, you also have 101-n-1 citrus tree? Krymsk 6 is sensitive to the pollen spread ILAR viruses and can produce many suckers in heavy soils. Mazzard is also tolerant of a wide range of soil types and colder winter temperatures. Tino shows how easy it is to have a go at grafting your own fruit trees at home. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/030442389190153P, An over-view of cultivars, production, harvesting, and marketing http://fruitandnuteducation.ucdavis.edu/fruitnutproduction/Cherry/Cherry_Scion_Rooststock_Selection/ Pyrus salicifolia: Willowleaf Pear Prunus mexicana: Big Tree Plum, Mexican Plum Most are highly compatible.1, S-8 Prunus Dulcis Compatibility With Apricot Varieties: Precocious, productive, increases fruit size. For this grafting description, I will focus on just one kind of grafting method, which can be used to rejuvenate an older tree or to replace one variety of fruit with another in the field. Prunus triloba: Flowering Almond, Flowering Plum Will these persimmon rootstocks make it? After 4 years in California, it is quite dwarfing and appears to be compatible with Redhaven peach. However, if a fruit tree lacks vigour it is likely that the roots are the limiting factor - trees on dwarfing rootstocks place a heavy strain on their roots and tend to be shorter lived than those on their own roots. I’ve used it as a dwarfing rootstock for peaches and Japanese hybrid plums and it is quite dwarfing.6, S-13 Prunus Tomentosa Compatibility With Peach Varieties: Prunus pumila: Eastern Sand Cherry, Sandcherry, Pumiselect I’m hoping to include specific variety names and their compatibility into the reference section. Does anyone know the heritage of Tsu Li and Ya Li asian pears? Semi-dwarf trees can take seven to nine years to produce fruit. Most fruit trees are compatible within their species, but many are also compatible within their genus. Might it be worth breaking this reference up? Mazzard (Prunus avium) is compatible with many scion cultivars and produces good fruit quality with moderate inputs. They are absolute beasts on callery rootstock, at least 100% normal size. It forms an excellent stock upon which to graft the domestic plum. Generally speaking, they need to be very closely related for the graft to take successfully. MxM 60 It is more productive than Mazzard and similar in vigor, it is compatible to sweet and tart cherry varieties, compatible with a wide range of soils. Prunus salicina x Prunus angustifolia: Bruce So, the others I guess are peaches, J and E plums, nects, sweet and tart cherries. At the bottom of this article, there is a chart that details some common fruit tree compatibility: Rootstock Compatibility Chart. Prunus laurocerasus: Cherry Laurel (BxA)83/21, was selected in 1983 year like a seedling from open pollinated seeds of BxA, in its turn a Prunus besseyi x Prunus Americana hybrid. Prunus emarginata: Bitter Cherry Here’s the 130-n-1 Franken-Stone fruit tree (well it was, now it is 150). https://myfolia.com/ European plum, Green Gage, Reine Claude GF 1380, Arda, Bl-Cack, Bl-4 Bclosljiva, Torinel (Avifel), Brampton E.M., Julior, Prunier GF 43 Myrobalan (all are seedlings) accept European plums and prunes. Incompatible: Kapareil, Nonpareil, Solano Prunus domestica x Prunus insititia: PAC 959 Shows some resistance to Phytophthora and gopher damage, but is susceptible to crown gall, also resists bacterial canker. Like all fruit trees, apples need to be pollinated if they are to set fruit. I’d like to graft on to it when it gets a bit more established. Prunus tomentosa is commonly regarded as a dwarf rootstock.7 At the cellular level, two trees are attempting to communicate and merge their vascular systems to make a single structure. It doesn’t look as big as I thought it would, but if I saw the ladder so I figured it’s quite tall. That’s impressive, Joe. However, it does not tolerate waterlogged or calcareous soils and is susceptible to many soil pests including ring nematode, verticillium wilt, bacterial canker and armillaria. If I include the hybrids, it would be quite large. However, Mahaleb is very susceptible to gopher damage and is more susceptible to Phytophthora than Mazzard or Colt. Theophrastus, the Greek plantsman credited as the founder of botany who died ca. Ishtara (Ferciana), Citation ( -salicina X P. persica), Myran vigorous, tolerates Armillaria and Meloidogyne nematodes, intermediate tolerance to root asphyxia; compatible; precocious, high yielding, size controlling. The tree structure is open, spreading and stocky. Warm temperature 6. Can Two Kieffer Pears Pollinate Each Other? A seedling avocado can take 10 or more years to fruit. It's no surprise then, that gardeners have developed methods to induce a single fruit tree rootstock to bear several different types of fruits using multiple grafts. As a result of this problem Myrobalan rootstocks should only be used in very heavy or wet soils. Malus fusca: Oregon Crab Apple https://www.pfaf.org/ Prunus salicina: Good compatibility. Prunus dulcis x Prunus persica: Bright’s Hybrid 4 & 5, Cornerstone, Paramount, Adafuel, Adarcias, GF 677, HxM4, Hansen 2168, Hansen 536, PAC 960, PAC 9501, PAC 9917–01, Compatible with most apricots.1, S-2 Prunus Besseyi Compatibility With Japanese Plum Varieties: ]Grafting onto Hawthorn - Crataegus[/size] Following is a list of fruit species to graft onto hawthorn root stock... (all from the Rosaceae family). Rootstock for Apricot Grafting is a method used in plant nurseries to quickly grow new plants. There is reported compatibility with apricots but unions may easily fail during early years after and/or later years. http://fruitandnuteducation.ucdavis.edu/fruitnutproduction/Plum/Plum_scion_root/ Centenar excepted. I don’t think there is any way to make the chart editable other than uploading it somewhere. Maxma 14 is also tolerant of a range of soil types and environmental conditions. Prunus padus: European Bird Cherry Apple tv is too expensive but the resolution is very amazing. We grow Prunus Serotina and have grown Prunus Virginiana and attempted unsuccessfully to graft both. There are many different types of grafting (see links at end of article for more info), including: Cleft grafting is a common technique used to change the variety of a tree or add a new variety onto an existing tree. Low compatibility with nectarine cultivars. Impressive. It is an advanced selection under test. A: Fertilizing Fruit Trees, an article from OSU’s Steve Renquist, includes the basics. Pluots make great interstem combinations between the Apricot wood and European plum scions. Mahaleb is tolerant of drought and high levels of soil calcium carbonate (lime). Prunus besseyi x Prunus salicina: Hiawatha Incompatibility with congenital varieties. Physical ‘resistance’ to stemborer; wide soil adaptation; improve winter hardiness with high-budding; advance harvest; Ademir reduces vigor, adaptive to heavy and calcareous soils, resistant to iron chlorosis and root asphyxia. It is resistant to oak root fungus, crown rot, crown gall, and root knot nematode. (Prunus cerasifera x Prunus salicina) x (Prunus cersifera x Prunus persica): Ishtara Incompatibility with Tuleu and Reine Claude groups. Additionally, another general principle that should be observed: full-vigor seedling rootstocks on most all accounts will have less incompatibility with scions than dwarf-rootstocks or semi-dwarfing-rootstocks. Old Asian plum trees may have better acceptance to European plums because they are not as vigorous as younger trees. Prunus salicina: Japanese Plum Prunus mume Under experimental conditions, Krymsk 6 and 7 were unsuitable because of their lower cumulative yields and high rate of mortality, respectively.19. Gardeners are constantly pushing their gardens to their limits, training cucumbers up fences to make extra room for tomatoes and teaching beans to climb up corn stalks. This list could get really long. Prunus mirobalan x Prunus perica https://krymskrootstock.com/krymsk-6-rootstock/, Krymsk 7 (P. lannesiana (P. serrulata – Japanese Cherry)) is a unique rootstock for sweet cherry, showing similar precocity and vigor to Mahaleb. From there, her meandering career path led to a 9 1/2 year stint in the real estate industry. ALL ROOTSTOCKS should have a smooth union w/ SCIONS but if swelling is observed, that shows a general issue of incompatibility among the two. Gisela 3 has flat branch angles and does not sucker. Prunus sargentii: Sargent Cherry, Sakura Very similar to Nemaguard in most ways, except it has red leaves. It is resistant to root-knot and partially resistant to lesion nematode (Nematode Table), similar to Nemaguard. Fruit maturity may be advanced by 1 to 3 days relative to Mazzard. The general tolerance and fruit quality effects of various citrus rootstocks (although not specifically detailed for lemons) is detailed in Tables 1, 2 and 3. Air-tight seal 5. Expt. Trees on Myrobalan should become free-standing but may benefit from staking for the first few years in lighter soils and / or windy situations. have a large effect on many aspects of production including yield, fruit quality, tree size, tolerance to salts and diseases, and scion compatibility. Prunus persica: Peach, Nectarine, Lovell, Nemaguard, Bailey, Controller 7 & 8, Guardian, Halford, KV 010-123, KV 010-127, Nemared, Siberian C, Benasque, Missour However, fruit size is somewhat small and the trees produce root suckers. Trees are small and graceful; beautiful fall color; fragrant white flowers bloom profusely. Malus sargentii: Sargent’s Crabapple, Roselow Sargent’s Crab Apple A grafted dwarf fruit tree will not likely produce fruit for five to seven years. Prunus japonica: Japanese Bush Cherry Good compatibility with all others cultivars (Valor, Italian, Stanley, etc. Well-drained soils, low temperature tolerant, frost hardy; good productivity, resistant to nematodes, doesn’t sucker Prunus salicina x Prunus persica: Citation, Controller 5 & 9, K146-44 Malus hupehensis: Tea Crab Apple, Chinese Crab Apple Prunus cerasifera x Prunus salicina Those can also be joined with an almond tree since it is from the same family. 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