Rootstock?

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Randy SGF
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Rootstock?

Post by Randy SGF » Sat Mar 03, 2012 1:47 pm

What everyone doing for rootstock? I will be new to grafting so I am planing on getting my rootstock going this spring then trying my hand at grafting next year.

M-111 rootstock is what most of my trees now. With the sandy soil down here that can be very wet at times it looks like my best rootstock choice.

Randy
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Georgia

Apple Trees:
Anna, Golden Dorsett, Jonagold, Fuji, Pink Lady, Golden Delicious, Winesap, Mutsu, Granny Smith, Williams Pride, Arkansas Black Cox Orange Pippen

Cherry Trees:
English Morello, NorthStar

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Re: Rootstock?

Post by PA_Docent » Mon Jul 30, 2012 2:29 am

Most of mine are on M111 also. The nurseryman made the decision. There is more information located in Board index » Backyard and Garden Orchards » General: copy the following address and paste in your search bar:
http://forum.orangepippin.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1337
Calville Blc,Hewes,Nehou,Fearns P,Siberian,Cox OP,Spitz,Ananas Reinette,BdB,Kingston Blk,Tremlett's,Muscat de Bernay,Ashmead's,Rambo,Stayman,Macoun,Jefferis,Winesap,Red Berlepsch

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