Sweet Cherry Rootstocks for the Pacific Northwest

This publication presents the current level of understanding of the major cherry rootstocks as they pertain to the Pacific Northwest. Cherry growers have many options when it comes to choosing rootstocks. The combination of new dwarfing rootstocks with high-density training systems leads to earlier production. But growers need to consider soil fertility, scion choice and training systems when choosing rootstocks. Here are some guidelines that can help.
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Revised: September 2021

Pages: 16

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