Cherry rootstock fails to live up to promise

Colt, the cherry rootstock that replaced the old Mazzard-type stocks like F12/1 after it was introduced some 30 years ago, is itself on the way out. Although hailed as the possible saviour of the cherry industry, it has failed to live up to its perceived promise.

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