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Suxiao Hao, Yanfen Lu, Jing Liu, Yufen Bu, Qi Chen, Nan Ma, Zhiqin Zhou, and Yuncong Yao

, the regulation function of GID1 in the determination of the plant growth traits of dwarfing rootstocks is still unclear. Plant growth is also controlled by the regulation of different hormone signals, including auxin, brassinolide, and abscisic acid

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Ariel Singerman, Stephen H. Futch, and Brandon Page

Citrus ( Citrus sp.) growers’ selection of a rootstock is a key decision that can affect the profitability and longevity of a grove. Using improved rootstocks can induce traits in a scion that make citrus trees more resilient to pests and

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Na Liu, Baoli Zhou, Xin Zhao, Bo Lu, Yixiu Li, and Jing Hao

recommended, including crop rotation ( Garber, 1973 ), solarization ( Morgan et al., 1991 ), resistant cultivars ( Kalloo, 1993 ), and grafting eggplant onto resistant rootstocks ( Lockwood et al., 1970 ; Oda, 2007 ). Many reports have suggested that using

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Renae E. Moran, Youping Sun, Fang Geng, Donglin Zhang, and Gennaro Fazio

occur, replanting is the only option causing substantial financial losses for the grower. Rootstocks with greater cold-hardiness can prevent economic losses caused by cold temperature injury to the root system. Most commercial orchards in the United

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Robert D. Bourne and Curt Rom

Several trials were conducted to compare standard and potential peach rootstocks. The NC-140 trial, with 'Redhaven' as the scion, included 'Halford', 'Siberian-C', 'Bailey', 'GF-677', 'GF-655.2', 'Damas', 'Citation', 'Lovell' and 'GF-43' rootstocks. All trees with 'Citation' as the rootstock died in the first three years. while 'CF-43' and 'Siberian-C' had low survivability and productivity. 'Damas' and 'GF-43' suckered profusely. 'Lovell' trees bloomed an average of one-to-three days later than all other entries. 'Halford'. 'GF-677', 'Bailey' and 'Lovell' had the highest yields. A trial comparing 'Loring' own-root and on 'Tennessee Natural' resulted in similar yields among stocks, but larger fruit and tree size with the own-root trees. 'Redskin' own-root and on 'Lovell' also resulted in similar yields among stocks, and larger tree and fruit size with own-root trees. A trial using the processing peach selection A-219 as the scion on `S-37' 'Chum Li Tao', AR-78118, 'Yarbrough Cling' and 'Lovell' resulted in highest yields and yield efficiency with 'Yarbrough Cling', 'Lovell' and 'S-37' rootstocks.

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Wenjing Guan, Xin Zhao, and Donald J. Huber

grafting and rootstock impacts on fruit quality is increasing. The body of literature has shown that in general fruit quality is determined by the scion cultivar and rootstock–scion combination, subject to changes with environmental conditions ( Rouphael et

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Ben van Hooijdonk, David Woolley, Ian Warrington, and Stuart Tustin

Elucidating how dwarfing apple rootstocks modify scion architecture and the precise time after propagation when this first starts is essential to identify clearly those processes that are the first physiological causes of rootstock-induced scion

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Douglas S. Higgins and Mary K. Hausbeck

humuli (Miyabe & Takah.) G.W. Wilson, (1914)] that limit production ( O’Neal, 2015 ). DM is a chronic systemic disease that rots and weakens hop rootstock (perennial underground stem organs, crown, and accompanying roots), thereby depleting winter

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David H. Suchoff, Penelope Perkins-Veazie, Heike W. Sederoff, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Matthew D. Kleinhenz, Frank J. Louws, and Christopher C. Gunter

cold-sensitive elite tomato lines onto cold-tolerant rootstocks. The high-altitude wild tomato relative S. habrochaites is known to be more tolerant of suboptimal temperatures ( Venema et al., 1999 , 2005 ) and has been the subject of numerous

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Concetta Licciardello, Biagio Torrisi, Maria Allegra, Fabiola Sciacca, Giancarlo Roccuzzo, Francesco Intrigliolo, Giuseppe Reforgiato Recupero, Paola Tononi, Massimo Delledonne, and Vera Muccilli

). Because fertilizers are also quite costly, the easiest way to avoid Fe chlorosis from calcareous soils in fruit trees is through the use of tolerant rootstocks. Plants of the Citrus genus are considered susceptible to Fe chlorosis ( Carpena-Artes et al