What are the Features of Garnem Peach Rootstock?
- It is a clonal hybrid of Garnem Prunus dulcis x Prunus persicia and is among the most frequently used peach rootstocks today.
- Garnem species, which is a medium-strength rootstock, is well connected to the soil and supports strong tree formation.
- It is suitable for heavy textured soils.
- It is known for its high resistance to root rot and root collar.
- Graft compatibility with peach, nectarine and almond varieties is ideal, it positively affects the variety on the yield and gives early fruit.
- It supports the formation of large and colorful fruit on trees.
- Lime resistance is good.
- It is sensitive to ground water, resistant to drought and can be used for slope lands.
- Finally, the planting intervals of the Garnem peach clone rootstock can be adjusted as 3×5 m or 4×5 m.
What is the Canopy of Garnem Peach Rootstock?
Fruit saplings grafted on the Garnem peach rootstock, which shows good graft compatibility with peach, nectarine and almond, create less crown volume than the classical rootstock and thus yield higher quality products provides positive feedback.
What are the Soil and Climate Conditions of Garnem Peach Rootstock?
Garnem, which is a very strong rootstock, has strong root development and has very good conditions in terms of bonding to the soil. Garnem, which is compatible with grafting on some plum species, is a clone rootstock species that is widely used especially in countries with a coast to the Mediterranean. It is also frequently used in our country.
Garnem peach rootstock, which varies according to the species and provides successful grafting with almost all peach, almond and nectarine varieties, is a lime-resistant species. It does not show resistance to drought. Highly strong and productive trees are obtained with Garnem peach almond rootstock.
How to Grow for Garnem Peach Rootstock?
In order to provide high yield from the Garnem peach rootstock, the right grafting methods should be used in the right period. Garnem peach clone rootstock is not a difficult rootstock to care for. Garnem peach almond rootstock, which grows in calcareous soils, grows in fertile soils and care should be taken to water it regularly. Garnem, which has a very strong and fast development, is recommended to be planted at regular intervals. Planting intervals of the Garnem peach rootstock can be adjusted as 3×5 m or 4×5 m.
What are the Garnem Peach Rootstock Grafting Methods?
Graft compatibility with peach, nectarine and almond varieties is ideal, and peach rootstock Garnem, which positively affects the variety on its yield, is suitable for grafting with various fruits.
However, in order to obtain high and quality yields from the grafting process, the grafting process must be carried out at the right time and with the correct grafting methods. In addition, special attention should be paid to avoid damage to rootstock and seedling during the grafting process.