The Malus domestica M26 is traditionally considered a dwarf rootstock, but is one of the more vigorous dwarfing rootstocks.
It’s often used for apple varieties (mainly spur-types) and/or circumstances where more vigor is needed in relation to the less vigorous M9 clones.
This Malus M26 rootstock is very productive, early bearing and requires staking in the first few years. It is also ideal and often used for cordons, small espaliers and containers.
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