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ROOTSTOCK CITRUS

The citrus varieties available today are grown on selected rootstocks. Rootstock are grown specifically for the benefits their roots convey to the citrus variety. Rootstocks enable trees to be grown in a wide range or climates and soil types.

Rootstock Soil type Cold hardy Salt tolerant Drought tolerant Characteristics
P. trifoliata
heavy
high
low
poor
Excellent fruit quality
Troyer
light
high
average
fair
Highly productive
Flying dragon
heavy to light
very high
low
fair
Dwarf rootstock
Sour orange
heavy to light
high
high
high
Used for lemons
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