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Pyrus communis rootstock

Pyrodwarf®(S) - pear rootstock

 

Pyrodwarf®(S) is a Pyrus communis clone originating from the crossing "Gute Luise (Bonne Louise d'Avranches)" x "Old Home" at the research institute at Geisenheim (Germany) and is marketed by the CDB.

 

Pyrodwarf®(S) is especially suited for locations, which cause problems to quince rootstocks.

 

Pyrodwarf®(S) induces less vigor than pear seedling, similar to quince BA29 and quince A.

Concerning cropping potential and specific yield, Pyrodwarf®(S) does not reach quince C. Early yields are achieved with weak growth on dry sites.

 

Advantages of Pyrodwarf®(S) are excellent winter hardiness and resistance to lime induced chlorosis. There is no need for support. As pear type, Pyrodwarf®(S) has good compatibility with all pear cultivars, so that interstocks are no required.

 

Pyrodwarf®(S) is recommended for sites not adapted for quince rootstocks. Pyrodwarf®(S) should be combined with cultivars with inherent good fruit size.

 

Growth and Yield Efficiency of Pyrodwarf®(S) in comparison to other pear rootstocks.

Source: Forschungsanstalt Geisenheim, Prof. Dr. H. Jacob

Consortium Deutscher Baumschulen GmbH

Brooksweg 13 • D-25474 Ellerbek • Germany

Telefon: +49 41 01 / 36 98 05 • Telefax: +49 41 01 / 36 96 83

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Rootstocks for

small fruit trees

Vegetatively propagated
Pyrus communis rootstock

Pyrodwarf®(S) - pear rootstock

 

Pyrodwarf®(S) is a Pyrus communis clone originating from the crossing "Gute Luise (Bonne Louise d'Avranches)" x "Old Home" at the research institute at Geisenheim (Germany) and is marketed by the CDB.

 

Pyrodwarf®(S) is especially suited for locations, which cause problems to quince rootstocks.

 

Pyrodwarf®(S) induces less vigor than pear seedling, similar to quince BA29 and quince A.

Concerning cropping potential and specific yield, Pyrodwarf®(S) does not reach quince C. Early yields are achieved with weak growth on dry sites.

 

Advantages of Pyrodwarf®(S) are excellent winter hardiness and resistance to lime induced chlorosis. There is no need for support. As pear type, Pyrodwarf®(S) has good compatibility with all pear cultivars, so that interstocks are no required.

 

Pyrodwarf®(S) is recommended for sites not adapted for quince rootstocks. Pyrodwarf®(S) should be combined with cultivars with inherent good fruit size.

 

Growth and Yield Efficiency of Pyrodwarf®(S) in comparison to other pear rootstocks.

Source: Forschungsanstalt Geisenheim, Prof. Dr. H. Jacob

Consortium Deutscher Baumschulen GmbH

Brooksweg 13 • D-25474 Ellerbek • Germany

Telefon: +49 41 01 / 36 98 05 • Telefax: +49 41 01 / 36 96 83

Rootstocks for
small fruit trees

Vegetatively propagated Pyrus communis rootstock
Vegetatively propagated Pyrus communis rootstock

Consortium Deutscher Baumschulen GmbH

Brooksweg 13 • D-25474 Ellerbek • Germany

Telefon: +49 41 01 / 36 98 05 • Telefax: +49 41 01 / 36 96 83

Vegetatively propagated Pyrus communis rootstock

Consortium Deutscher Baumschulen GmbH

Brooksweg 13 • D-25474 Ellerbek • Germany

Telefon: +49 41 01 / 36 98 05 • Telefax: +49 41 01 / 36 96 83

Vegetatively propagated Pyrus communis rootstock

Consortium Deutscher Baumschulen GmbH

Brooksweg 13 • D-25474 Ellerbek • Germany

Telefon: +49 41 01 / 36 98 05 • Telefax: +49 41 01 / 36 96 83