December, January and February are the perfect months for breeding trees.

Fruit trees are always multiplied by means of breeding, which means that buds from branches of existing trees (enthout) are grafted onto rootstock.

Because the circumstances in which a tree has to grow and the eventual use of a fruit tree can differ quite a bit, trees are bred on various rootstock types.
The rootstock is the part to which the roots are attached. These rootstocks each have the best characteristics for certain conditions, so that fruit cultivation is possible on any soil.

We have a large number of rootstocks in our assortment. Whether you are looking for a weak or strong rootstock, for low stem or high stem and whether you are on sandy or clay soil, you will find the right rootstock here.

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