Rootstock effect on olive: Influence on tree growth is found to vary with the scion variety in tests conducted at Winters, Corning, and Lindsay
California Agriculture 12(9):13-14.
Published September 01, 1958
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In experimental olive plantings—using three scion varieties and 12 different rootstocks—the principal rootstock effect on the scion variety was in tree vigor. However, any rootstock influence noted in a given scion-rootstock combination did not necessarily hold true for another scion variety on the same rootstock.