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US (CA): Tomato rootstocks offer production attributesCalifornia Ag Today recently spoke with Brenna Aegerter, a UC Cooperative Extension farm advisor in San Joaquin County, about grafting rootstocks to tomato plants.
Each tomato plant can differ depending on the rootstock that it has been grafted to. Different rootstocks have varying levels of resistance to disease and pests. Rootstock resistance does have an effect on crop yield. If all of the fruiting varieties had the nematode resistance gene, they could potentially improve their yields.
There is great success rate on grafting these tomato plants.
“We have had pretty good success, 90 percent and up,” Aegerter said.
Read more at California Ag Today (Jessica Theisman)
Publication date: 2/5/2018
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