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Michele R. Warmund, Billy G. Cumbie, and Mark V. Coggeshall

producers often use the three-flap method on field-planted seedling rootstock, which is grafted 1 year after establishment ( Hunt et al., 2009 ; Reid, 2010 ). Regardless of the technique used, the grafting success rate is often low with chestnut and has

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William S. Castle, James C. Baldwin, Ronald P. Muraro, and Ramon Littell

Most tree fruit industries succeed on the availability of suitable high-quality scions and rootstocks and profitable combinations as dictated by a wide range of factors ( Castle and Gmitter, 1998 ). Choosing a citrus rootstock is commonly

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William S. Castle, James C. Baldwin, and Ronald P. Muraro

less productive, but juice quality is the world standard for comparison ( Saunt, 2000 ). Furthermore, the performance of each cultivar varies according to rootstock ( Hutchison, 1977 ; Hutchison et al., 1992 ; Wheaton et al., 1991 , 1995 ; Wutscher

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Pedro Gonzalez, James P. Syvertsen, and Ed Etxeberria

Although citrus trees are considered relatively salt-sensitive, there are inherent differences in Na + and Cl – tolerance among the many commercial citrus rootstocks ( Castle et al., 2006 ; Maas, 1993 ). Salinity tolerance of citrus rootstocks is

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Genhua Niu, Denise S. Rodriguez, and Lissie Aguiniga

, other researchers reported that yield and quality of roses did not decrease when irrigated with drainage recycled water at EC of 3.5 dS·m −1 , provided that an appropriate rootstock and aerated medium were used ( Cabrera, 2003 ; Raviv et al., 1998

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Shahrokh Khanizadeh, Yvon Groleau, Odile Carisse, Vicky Toussaint, Raymond Granger, and Gilles Rousselle

‘SJM127’ (St-Jean Morden 127) is a new rootstock resulting from a cross made in 1960 between Malus baccata ‘Nertchinsk’ and ‘M.26’ (‘Malling 26’ = M.16 × M.9). It is a new dwarfing apple rootstock developed at the Agriculture and Agri

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Cody L. Smith, Joshua H. Freeman, Nancy Kokalis-Burelle, and William P. Wechter

pathogen-resistant rootstock. Currently, cucurbit grafting is most common in European and Asian countries, where intensive land use and inability to rotate crops have resulted in an increase in soil-borne pathogens. Although resistance to both RKN

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Li Ma, Chang Wei Hou, Xin Zhong Zhang, Hong Li Li, De Guo Han, Yi Wang, and Zhen Hai Han

genotypes, the scion and the rootstock. The extensive use of dwarfing apple rootstocks has launched a major shift into high-density cultivation since the pioneering innovation of the East Malling series of dwarfing rootstocks ( Jackson, 1989 ; Norelli et al

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Gerry H. Neilsen, Denise Neilsen, Frank Kappel, Peter Toivonen, and Linda Herbert

Development of high-density production systems on dwarfing rootstocks for sweet cherry is currently an area of active research ( Lang, 2009 ; Robinson et al., 2008 ). These systems are advocated as inherently more profitable than low

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Shahrokh Khanizadeh, Yvon Groleau, Odile Carisse, Vicky Toussaint, Raymond Granger, and Gilles Rousselle

‘SJM150’ (St-Jean Morden 150) is a new rootstock resulting from a cross made in 1960 between Malus baccata ‘Nertchinsk’ and ‘M.26’ (‘Malling 26’ = M.16 × M.9). It is a new dwarfing apple rootstock developed at the Agriculture and Agri