Apples

Geneva®41

Similar in size to vigorous clones on M9 such as Nic 29, usually most efficient dwarf rootstock. It reduces bienniality with Honeycrisp. The produces good fruit size and wide branch angles. Highly resistant to fire blight, resistant to phytophthora and wooly apple aphidwith some resistance to apple replant disease and with a good winter hardiness.

Cornell

Geneva®202

Produces a tree slightly larger than a M.26 has a high yield efficiency and is precocious. It is resistant to fire light, phytophthora, apple replant disease and to wooly apple aphid

Cornell

Geneva®214

Similar in size to a M.9, slightly less yield efficient than the Geneva®41

Cornell

Geneva®5890

Similar in size to M.7 or MM106, more yield efficient than both. Resistant to fire blight, phytophthora and wooly apple aphid

Cornell

Geneva®935

Similar in size to M.26 and vigorous clones of M9, it is a highly precocious with a very high yield efficiency. Wide branch angles and is highly resistant to fire blight and phytophthora and somewhat tolerant to apple replant disease. It is very winter hardy and not resistant to wooly apple aphid

Cornell

Geneva®969

Similar in size to M26 and M7, highly yield efficient and resistant to fire blight, phytophthora, and wooly apple aphid

Cornell

M.9 NIC 29

Dwarf rootstock that produces a tree similar in size toM.9 EMLA. Requires support. Susceptible to fire blight. Has superior rooting that tends to be less brittle in comparison with many other M.9 clones.

Willamette Nursery