Pink Lady® Barnsby Cltv. PP#21,606

A new strain of Pink Lady® ripening about three weeks earlier than the original Pink Lady® Cripps Pink variety. The fruit has a very similar coloring pattern as its parent. The fruit hangs well on the tree and has promising storage qualities. The tree is vigorous and upright and somewhat susceptible to fire blight.

Propagated Rootstocks:
Bud 9, M-9(Nic19), G-16, Bud 9 / EMLA 111, M-9 / EMLA 111, EMLA 26, EMLA 7, EMLA 106, EMLA 111, Bud 118, EMLA 9, G-202, G-935, Bud 10, CT500 Mahaleb, EMLA 27, G-11, G-222, G-41, M-9(Nic29), M-9Nakb337, V1, Seedling, Citation


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About Rootstock

Rootstocks are plants with pre-established root systems onto which a cutting or a bud from another plant is grafted, allowing for control of vigor and/or disease-resistant abilities.

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Pollination Charts

Many fruit tree varieties are not self-fertile. In order to have successful pollination, it may be necessary to have two different varieties of tree.

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