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Pumiselect

Pumiselect ®

Pumiselect ® Rhenus 2 cv. (PP11,233) Dwarf Peach Rootstock Pumiselect ® A new, precocious, dwarfing Peach, Nectarine, & Apricot Rootstock .

GROWTH OF PEACH TREES ONPUMISELECT® ROOTSTOCK, IN THE FIRST ...

However, the peach trees on Pumiselect®gave higher yield than the trees on Adesto rootstock (0.8 kgtree-1) , which have growth vigour similar to Pumise-lect®, ...

Final Report from the 2002 NC-140 Peach Rootstock Trial

Likewise, trees on Cadaman and Lovell were the most yield efficient in 2006 and cumulatively (2005-06), and those on Pumiselect and Krymsk 2 were the least efficient.

Several New Dwarfing Rootstocks Compared to Lovell in the ...

Largest fruit were harvested from trees on MRS 2/ 5, and the smallest were from trees on Pumiselect (Table 1). Size of fruit from trees on the other rootstocks were reasonably large and intermediate.

Compatible with

Krymsk 1, 2, and 86, and Pumiselect are known to be dwarfing to peach and other stone fruit. The Krymsk selections were derived from crosses with other stone fruit species but so far are thought to be compatible with peach. These ...

BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC SOIL FACTORS AFFECTING PEACH ROOTSTOCKS

Semi-dwarfing rootstocks include PumiSelect (60%), Sirio (60%), and Krymsk VSV-1 (50%) andVVA-1 (40%). The degree of dwarfing with these rootstocks varies with climate, soil type, and site history.

Growing Peaches

... Guardian Dwarfing rootstock: Dwarfing rootstock: Pumiselect-trees will Pumiselect-trees will be very small on sandy be very small on sandy soils soils ...

The Ernie Christ Memorial Lecture1

Furthermore, some dwarfing rootstocks such as Pumiselect® can have anchorage problems. Future Commercial Outlook Since the time from initial testing to rootstock commercialization takes many years, expedited virus testing procedures at NRSP5, ...

2004 Tree Fruit Research Peach, Pear and Plum Twilight ...

Our results in Europe and Ontario so far indicate that Pumiselect - one of the most promising new rootstocks widely advertised as PPV resistant is susceptible to both M and D strains.

LATVIAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY

is a clonal Pumiselect pumila rootstock for peach and apricot and was selected by Prof. F. Jacob in Geisenheim Institute. In USA this rootstock is tested in many experiments as ...