New Geneva™ apple rootstocks

Written by   Graham's Factree

Fruit production is a tough business and choosing the right rootstock is almost as important as the cultivar you choose to grow.

Whether you use a rootstock to help control vigour, help manage soil conditions or to potentially have some resistance to pests and/or disease, choosing the best rootstock to suit your requirements is important.
Apples rootstocks
For apples, the new Geneva™ apple rootstocks may play an important role in apple production in Australia.
These Geneva rootstocks: G.202, G.11, G.210, G.935, and G.41 all have varying attributes and Graham’s Factree can help you with information on these rootstocks to assist you to make the best decision for your fruiting tree cultivars.
Other rootstocks
Graham’s Factree continues to add new rootstocks to their catalogue and has rootstocks for almonds, stone fruit and pome fruit.
We would be happy to discuss your requirements.

 For contact details, see Tree Fruit May 2018

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