Apple mature widthsUploader: Maverick 20 days ago Subscribe 3301
It is a better choice than MM for wet sites. This rootstock is also widely used for apricots, peaches and nectarines. Check out the apple section of our Fruit Breeding program! A chart of rootstocks with links to characteristics and descriptions can be found here. Avoid dropping the apples as that will lead to bruising. If you just straight pull the apple off you end up breaking off the fruit spur and removing some of the buds for next year. Depending on the variety and species they will have a dominant stem and several side branches, and are intended to be grown on in the garden as feature trees. A typical apple tree, growing in the wild on its own "seedling" roots, might reach a height of 5m-6m.