Apple Inventory | Apple Pricing

For over 80 years TRECO® has grown, and developed the finest virus-certified dwarf-ing and semi-dwarfing apple rootstocks for markets worldwide. TRECO® has large

acreage of premium quality Oregon rootstock planted and offers close to 30 varieties including Budagovski, EMLA, and Geneva. TRECO® is flexible to meet market

demands and closely follows the research and introduction of new apple varieties to be among the first to offer them to growers. The future of your orchard starts here.

Budagovski 9

From a cross of M-8 with Red Standard, Dr. Budagovski obtained a clone that he called Red-Leaved Paradise. The clone is now known as Budagovski 9 or simply Bud 9.

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BUD 10™

Bud 10® is a rootstock that was released from Michurinsk University of Agriculture in Russia. Bred by Dr. Budagovsky, Bud 10® is a cross of Bud 9 x 13-14.

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Budagovski 118

Bud 118 comes from a cross of Moscow Pear (a very winter hardy scion cultivar) and a mixture of M-8 and M-9 pollen. This breeding was done by Dr. Budagovski in Michurinsk, U.S.S.R.

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EMLA 27

EMLA 27 was bred from a cross made in the spring of 1929, using Malling 13 (M. 13) as a seed parent and EMLA 9 as the pollen parent.

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EMLA 9

M.9 was selected at East Malling from a number of stocks of Juane de Metz, a rootstock with a very long history.

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EMLA 26

Malling 26 was bred at East Malling from a cross between M-9 and the very vigorous rootstock M-16 (Metziner Ideal). A virus-indexed EMLA clone was introduced by East Malling in 1969 / 1970.

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EMLA 7

Malling 7 was selected at East Malling from a group of traditional French rootstocks known as Doucin.

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EMLA 106

MM 106 resulted from a joint program of rootstock breeding carried out by East Malling Research Station and the John Innes Institute.

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EMLA 111

EMLA 111 was a product of combined work of the East Malling Research Station and the John Innes Institute.

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Geneva™ 11

Geneva® 11 is a 1978 cross of ‘M-26 X Robusta 5’ crabapple hybridized by the Cornell University/Geneva Apple Rootstock Breeding Program.

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Geneva® 41

Geneva® 41 is a 1975 cross of ‘Malling 27 X Robusta 5’ by the Cornell University/Geneva Apple Rootstock Breeding Program.

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Geneva® 214

Geneva® 214 originated from a planned cross in 1975 of ‘Ottawa 3 x Robusta 5’ by Cornell University and Geneva Apple Rootstock Breeding Program.

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Apples Key

S

Size

  • 1 - Very Dwarf
  • 2 - Dwarf
  • 3 - Semi Dwarf
  • 4 - Semi Vigorous
  • 5 - Standard

U

Usage

  • 6 - Commercial
  • 7 - Limited
  • 8 - Experimental

A

Availability

  • 10 - Available
  • 11 - Available from other sources
  • 12 - Limited Supply
  • 13 - Not Available