Cornell University Geneva, New York
The CG11 gives a slightly higher (10-20%) vigor compared to the M9 T337.
|Indication mapping of the vigor from B9 rootstock|
|M9 RN 29||45%|
|M9 T337 / B9||40%|
|M9 FL 56||35%|
Resistant / tolerant to
Resistant against fire blight and Phytophthora
Research shows that there are indications that compared to the M9 T337*, possibly a slightly higher production can be realized with the CG11 rootstock.
Because of the resistance against fire blight and phytophthora, the CG11 rootstock is a welcome addition for cultivation areas that face problems with fire blight.
At this moment there is ongoing research to further substantiate the advantages of the CG11 rootstock. We gladly answer any of your questions about the CG11 rootstock and / or the available sorting’s.
*Source: Frank Maas PPO 2013. User value research rootstocks from amelioration program Cornell Geneva (VS) and Skierniewice (PL).