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rootstock:

see rhizomerhizome
or rootstock,
fleshy, creeping underground stem by means of which certain plants propagate themselves. Buds that form at the joints produce new shoots.
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rootstock

[′rüt‚stäk]
(botany)
A root or part of a root used as the stock for grafting.

rootstock

1. another name for rhizome
2. another name for stock
3. Biology a basic structure from which offshoots have developed
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In the 'Bordo' must, the pH of the grapes grafted on '106-8 Mgt' rootstock was higher than that obtained when grafted on 'IAC 766' rootstock, with average values 3.
So you could have my favourite eating apple, Jupiter, as a dwarf, a cordon or a great big tree, but you'd need a different rootstock for each of them.
An old, dying apple tree can be perpetuated by grafting one of its stems onto a young rootstock.
Choosing a suitable rootstock should take many factors into account, and the possibility of establishing a resistance criterion to citrus canker for canopy variety is an important feature in the integrated management or prevention of disease, especially in regions where citrus cankeris endemic (Danos, Berger, & Stall, 1984, Agostini, Graham, & Timmer, 1985).
Thus, the particular soil and climate characteristics, the cultivar and rootstock combinations are important to wine characteristics.
Therefore, it can be inferred that the cultivar 'Ogawa' does not meet the criteria of a good rootstock, which must be rustic, with fast growth and well adapted to the environment (Souza et al.
In an attempt to compare K uptake and growth characteristics between a relatively low-vigor rootstock (110 Richter) and a relatively high-vigor rootstock (Rupestris St.
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The goal of this work was to study the influence of rootstock ('Swingle' citrumelo and 'Cleopatra' mandarin) and time of harvest (August and October) on the quality, at harvest and during storage, of 'Ruby Red' and 'Star Ruby' grapefruit grown under the tropical conditions prevalent in Ceara State, Brazil.
Margaret Sureda, by email AYOU should remove all spindly shoots, which are coming from the rootstock on which your plant is grafted.