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Geneva® 202 || PP Application US 11/010, 982

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Origin

Geneva® 202 originated from a planned cross in 1975 of ‘M.27 x Robusta 5’ by Cornell University and Geneva Apple Rootstock Breeding Program.

Influence on Scion Habit

Geneva® 202 produces trees that are 45% to 50% of seedling. It is slightly larger than Emla 26.

Disease Resistance

Geneva® 202 is resistant to Fire Blight, (Erwinia amylovora), Root Rot (Phytophthora), and Woolly Apple Aphids.

Nursery Habit

Geneva® 202 roots very well in layer beds and is easy to propagate. It also produces some side shoots or spines that have to be removed in the nursery.

Horticultural Value

Geneva® 202 is easy to propagate and has some disease resistance. Geneva® 202 does not offer sufficient crop density and fruit size is slightly smaller. Geneva® 202 would be a good choice for precocious scions that produce oversized fruit.


Inventory

Size: 1/8" 4-5mm

Amount: 0

Size: 3/16" 5-7mm

Amount: 0

Size: 1/4" 7-9mm

Amount: 0

Size: 3/8" 9-12mm

Amount: 4185

Size: 1/2" 12+mm

Amount: 86

Counts: Estimate

Regrade Inventory

Size: 1/8" 4-5mm

Amount: 0

Size: 3/16" 5-7mm

Amount: 0

Size: 1/4" 7-9mm

Amount: 6019

Size: 3/8" 9-12mm

Amount: 1512

Size: 1/2" 12+mm

Amount: 27

Counts: Estimate


Pricing

Size 100-999 1,000-9,999 10,000 - 49,999 50,000 - 199,999 200,000 - 499,999 500,000 and up
1/8" - 4-5 mm $1.565 $1.145 $1.035 $1.015 $0.995 $0.965
3/16" - 5-7 mm $1.695 $1.285 $1.205 $1.165 $1.115 $1.085
1/4" - 7-9 mm $1.845 $1.415 $1.335 $1.285 $1.235 $1.205
3/8" - 9-12 mm $1.945 $1.445 $1.360 $1.325 $1.275 $1.245

Plus a royalty of $0.25 each

If regrade rootstocks are available, they are sold at 20% less list price.

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