Species: Hybrid of peach tree x almond (Prunus dulcis x Prunus persica) x (Prunus dulcis x Prunus persica). Origin: Agromillora rootstock breeding program.
Vigour: Medium, around 25–30% less than GF–677, although with a well-developed root system. Compatibility: Good with varieties of peach, nectarine, almond and some varieties of Japanese plum. Structure: Erect, similar to Garnem. Yield: Highly productive. Size: Anticipates ripening by 3 to 7 days depending on the variety. Produces good-size fruit. Adaptability: It adapts very well to all climates, but especially to warm conditions (low chilling area). Other features: Green leaf rootstock. Rigid stems (early lignification) with little or no branching in early development stages. Easy handling in nursery.
Resistances and tolerances
Chlorosis: Moderately tolerant. High requirement of microelements. Root-knot nematodes: Moderately tolerant. Agrobacterium tumefaciens: Sensitive. Rosellinia necatrix: Under study. Root asphyxia: Similar tolerance to root asphyxia as the most peach and almond tree hybrids. Salinity: Moderately tolerant. Root-lesion nematodes: Susceptible. Armillaria mellea: Sensitive.
Vigour with respect to Garnem*
Average fruit weight (grams)*
* The data are obtained from different geographical areas (Tarragona, Murcia and Seville) for the 2005 and 2007 harvests.
Record in the Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO)
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