[NAFEX] What's (problematically) compatible with pear?
hans-brinkmann at t-online.de
Thu Jan 18 07:59:22 EST 2007
Cherry on Prunus maritina Beach plum sounds very realistic.
Cherry rootstock are e.g.:
P. cerasus Hybrids
P. avium x P. pseudocerasus = Colt
P. avium x P. fruticosa
P. avium x P. mahaleb = e.g. MxM 2 (USA)
P. canescens x P. cerasus = e.g. GiSelA 5 (USA)
P. fruticosa x P. cerasus
P. x Dawyckensis = GM 61/1
Prunus tomentosa = Weito; is used as a rootstock for Plums (but Sharka
BekeeprTop at aol.com schrieb:
> An early Pomona had a New Jersey member with a black sweet cherry grafted on
> beach plum. I thought there was some compatibility on another rootstock
> too..I forget the name....I've never put cherry of any kind on beach plum, but if I
> did I would expect it to last only a few years. Prunus Tomentosa - is
> Tomentosa sometimes considered to be a cherry? The word cherry can mean so many
> different things though, from raceme-bearing Prunus Serotina to cluster-bearing
> Prunus Pennsylvanica.
> Charlie Paradise
> << Such a chart would be great in my opinion. And on that subject is
> there anything besides cherry that cherry can be grafted to?
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