[NAFEX] What's (problematically) compatible with pear?
hans-brinkmann at t-online.de
Mon Jan 15 18:43:42 EST 2007
The compatibility can be very complicated:
E.g. in Northern Germany Prunus root stock "Colt" is doing well for
but in most other parts of Germany it isn't very positive.
Many Pears are possible on Quince root stock, but some Pears are only
possible with a second compatible Pear in between.
Peach "Hales Early" does not grow on "Myrobalan B" root stock.
The Plum root stock "Brompton" is growing well with "Hales Early" and
also with "Myrobalan B".
But "Myrobalan B" root stock and then "Brompton" and finally "Hales
Early" is impossible.
Only the Japanese Plum "Beauty" is possible with Almond. Most other
Japanese Plums are not possible.
Most Peaches are possible on Plum "Marianne" root stock. But opposite
direction is impossible.
Usually Japanese Plums do well on European Plums, but not in the other
In Germany Sorbus domestica grafting is not a big deal, but in America
it seems to be much less successful.
A very known book in EU is stating, some Carya are possible on Juglans
nigra root stock, but unfortunately this may be wrong.(???)
Let me add finally, that the mentioned walnut orchards in California
with the peculiar looking trees,
(the bottom portion of the bole is a smaller diameter than the upper
one) are producing exactly with this portion
a high priced wood which is appreciated very much.
Hans Germany; Cold zone 6
Lucky Pittman schrieb:
> At 08:40 AM 1/15/2007, Rob Hamilton wrote:
>> I wonder if it would be a good thing to have a graft
>> compatability chart on our website for various fruits.
>> It seems like this could easily be constructed with
>> the help of our fruit consultants.
>> This chart would naturally include any compatiblility
>> issues such as long term over/under growth or long
>> term incompatibility.
> It's an idea, and perhaps one that merits undertaking, but I foresee
> some pitfalls along the way -
> 1.) "Mileage may vary" from one area of the country/world to another;
> for example, some of the OHxF clonal rootstocks that may work well in
> the PNW are worthless for growers in TX and the Deep South.
> 2.) What effect might latent viruses/mycoplasma, etc. - in either the
> scion or rootstock - have on intergeneric graft
> compatibilities? And how might we determine whether a particular
> scion or rootstock plant is infected?
> 3.) Some of this information is purely anecdotal, with no hard
> science behind it; it may be true, but not proven. Case in point -
> there's a hickory cultivar, "Cody Cox", which all my KY contacts
> swear is not compatible with pecan, and will only graft onto true
> hickories - but Gerald Gardner in MO, says it works just fine for him
> on pecan.
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