Peach Stock Flower
Peach stock flower (Matthiola) makes an excellent longer-stemmed filler that adds a soft texture and an airy garden charm to bouquets and arrangements. Available in multiple colors with ten stems per bunch.
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GF-677 is a peach-x-almond hybrid rootstock that delivers excellent fruit quality while being resistant to alkaline soil conditions. Furthermore, this rootstock was discovered to be more tolerant of calcareous conditions than other peach rootstocks; additionally, it exhibits high iron chlorosis resistance levels as well as moderate salinity levels; plus, performance tests have revealed better performance from hybrid varieties in alkaline conditions than open-pollinated peaches!
Comparative to other commercial rootstocks, GF-677 stands out with superior vigor and disease resistance. It offers good tolerance to ring nematode infestation, M. incognita infection, and PTSL infestation while being more resistant than oak root rot and root-lesion nematodes. Furthermore, its cold hardiness is excellent, and its precocity is very high; moreover, it yields higher than any commercial peach rootstock available and boasts excellent drought tolerance properties.
GF-677 is a non-suckering rootstock that can be propagated with softwood and hardwood cuttings, according to research findings. Hardwood cuttings of GF-677 root best in perlite with the highest rooting percentage occurring when wound and placed in loosely closed jars; vertical woodcuttings also rooted more readily than those positioned obliquely oriented; finally, this rootstock roots well when planted at depths up to 20 cm.
Krymsk 86 is a hybrid plum-peach rootstock that has been planted throughout California in various trials. It boasts excellent compatibility with almonds, including Nonpareil varieties, while offering good anchorage and vigor. Furthermore, it tolerates wetter soil conditions than Lovell; however, it may be susceptible to root-knot nematodes, which limits its use on light-textured soils in San Joaquin Valley regions.
Krymsk has proven itself an exceptional performer under harsh temperatures and drought. It can be used in orchards susceptible to phytophthora and resist water logging, wind damage, precocity, and productivity, all contributing to fruit size increases while being resistant to manganese deficiency and zinc deficiency.
Krymsk may be more prone to root-knot and lesion nematodes than Lovell in heavy soil orchards but has excellent tolerance to oak root fungus. Its roots spread farthest than Lovell’s and have high tensile strength; additionally, it’s less likely to suffer suckers than Marianna 2624; however, it doesn’t tolerate Union Mild Etch as well – symptoms include pale yellow leaves that stop growth altogether and roll; this condition often caused by wetter conditions reducing available nitrogen availability in soils compared to Marianna 2624.