Geneva® 210 rootstock is a hybrid cross between ‘Ottawa 3 and Robusta 5’ by Cornell University and Geneva Apple Rootstock Breeding Program in 1975.
Geneva® 202 originated from a planned cross in 1975 of ‘M.27 x Robusta 5’ by Cornell University and Geneva Apple Rootstock Breeding Program.
Geneva® 935 is a 1976 cross of ‘Ottawa 3 X Robusta 5’ by the Cornell University/Geneva Apple Rootstock Breeding Program.
Geneva® 890 originated from a planned cross in 1976 using ‘Robusta 5’ x ‘Ottawa 3’ by Cornell University and Geneva Apple Rootstock Breeding Program.
Geneva® 969 was a planned cross between ‘Ottawa 3 x Robusta 5’ in 1976 by Cornell University and Geneva Apple Rootstock Breeding Program.
MARK, formally named MAC 9, was bred at Michigan State University at East Lansing, Michigan by Dr. Robert F. Carlson and has been under test in Michigan for 20 years.
The parent rootstock of M-9 T337 is M-9. The General Netherlands Inspection Service for Woody Nursery Stock (NAKB) is responsible for elimination of viruses from propagation material and the maintenance and multiplication of varieties.
M-9 Pajam 2® is a patented rootstock that came from the CTIFL program out of France, and is controlled by a company named SICASOV.
P-22 was developed by Dr. S. W. Zagaja at Skierniewice, Poland and is a cross between M-9 x Common Antonovka.
- 1 - Very Dwarf
- 2 - Dwarf
- 3 - Semi Dwarf
- 4 - Semi Vigorous
- 5 - Standard
- 6 - Commercial
- 7 - Limited
- 8 - Experimental
- 10 - Available
- 11 - Available from other sources
- 12 - Limited Supply
- 13 - Not Available