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been a key driving factor for tomato grafting adoption by producers. Recently, some seed companies have begun to use the terms “vegetative” and “generative” to describe the effects of certain rootstocks on tomato scions. Lopez-Marin et al. (2017

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Rootstocks have greatly influenced fruit orchard management by affecting many horticultural characteristics, including fruit quality, leaf nutrient status, soil adaptation, tree growth and size, root shape and depth, cold tolerance, and resistance

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productivity in ‘Fuji’ apple trees trained to four growing systems Scientia Hort. 125 4 1538 1550 Kumar, P. Chandel, R. 2017 Generative developments and pomological traits of apple ( Malus x domestica Borkh.) scion cultivars canopy on dwarf clonal rootstocks

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). ‘DRO141TX’ is also classified as a highly vigorous rootstock by seed companies, but it has less often been reported in the literature. Similarly, ‘Estamino’ is described as having generative vigor by adding more energy to fruit production than

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‘Maxifort’ are most commonly observed in fields with significant disease pressure ( Meyer et al. 2021 ; Rivard and Louws 2008 ; Rivard et al. 2010 ). ‘Estamino’, considered a generative rootstock, has also demonstrated resistance to important pests and

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. Plant Sci. 93 191 198 Szymajda, M. Żurawicz, E. 2014 Seed genotypes for harvesting seeds in the production of generative rootstocks for peach cultivars Hortic. Sci. (Prague) 41 160 166

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produces thorny flexible branches with a tendency for alternative bearing. Grafting on an appropriate rootstock, such as ‘Marianna 2624’, generates a small tree that produces regular good yields. The fruit has an external appearance resembling that of a

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., 2007 ). There is a considerable interest in bottle gourd seeds because of their high nutritional quality, mainly in terms of protein and oil content ( Pradhan et al., 2013 ). Lagenaria siceraria can also be used as a rootstock for watermelon to

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), during four growing seasons (2000 to 2003) to eliminate confounding climate effects. Trees were grafted onto M26 rootstock and planted in 1997 (4 m interrow × 2 m intertree spacing). Fruit first appeared only 1 year later, resulting in very weak

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reproductive structures, with one harvest date for each species. The harvest dates were chosen to be late enough to provide data relevant to generative tissue development whereas early enough to avoid excessive mutual shading between plants. Marigolds were

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