[nafex] pear rootstock sources?

del stubbs pinewoodel at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 27 07:53:02 EST 2002




>From: "Dean Kreutzer" <deankreutzer at hotmail.com>
I am planning
>on doing some breeding to create a dwarfing, very cold hardy pear 
>rootstock.
>   I am working with P. ussuriensis, P. betulafolia, P. pyrifolia and for
>dwarfing I am including Amelanchier alnifolia, and I would like to include
>the best of the O.H. x farmingdale seedlings.

Dean, three cheers to your project! Being new to this subject,  what little 
I have read om it seems to put craetagus ahead of amelanchier for 
compatability and longetivity. I'd be curious to hear more, I hope to graft 
O.H.xF onto wild versions of both this spring. Del z2/3




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