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Rootstock Bud 9

Dwarfing rootstock resulting from a cross between M.8 x ‘Red Standard’ (Krasnij Standard) from Russia. B.9 has been widely tested and is used commercially throughout the U.S. It is slightly more dwarfing than M.9 and is slightly more...

Rootstock MM102

MM.102 is a cross between Northern Spy x M.1, produced by the East Malling Research Station, which produces a tree between M.26 and M.7 depending on the soil types. Early trials found that MM.102 produced average crop of good sized fruit. Renewed...

Rootstock MM106

A cross between Northern Spy x M.1 that tends to be more sensitive to soil moisture levels than many rootstocks especially if the soils are poorly aerated. On dry sandy soils MM.106 will produce a tree of smaller size than M.7. On more fertile soils MM...

Rootstock MM111

A cross between Northern Spy and M.793, produced by the John Innes Horticultural Institute, that produces a tree that is larger than MM.106 and about 75% of seedling size. MM.111 is valuable due to its adaptability to dry sandy soils. Suckering is low,...