DESCRIPTION: A rootstock dwarf a tree for 10-15% of height. Provides quite fast growth. Used mainly for cherry. It has a good effect on the health of trees and quality of fruits.
DESCRIPTION: Rootstock originated in England. Used for apple-tree. Starts vegetation period late, so it is not recommended for late fruiting varieties. Resistant to scab and mildew, quite sensitive to crown rot, sensitive to woolly aphid and fire blight.
DESCRIPTION: Rootstock originated in England. Used for apple-tree production. Provides heavy bearing. There are no special requirements for soil. Starts vegetation late. Sensitive to crown gall.
DESCRIPTION: Dwarf rootstock originated in England. Used for apple-tree production. Provides heavy and yearly bearing. Prefers quite fertile soils, not tolerant to drought. Quite resistant to mildew, scab and crown rot, sensitive to fire blight and woolly aphid.
DESCRIPTION: Half-dwarf rootstock originated in Poland. Used for apple-tree production. Provides heavy bearing and nice colouring of fruits. Starts early vegetation season. It is recommended for sand soils, does not like wet soils. Quite resistant to scab, sensitive to mildew.