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Rootstocks for Peach in rainy places

 
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Which kind of rootstocks you use for graft peaches? Where i live,in Galicia,spain, peachs are always sick.
Im trying to get other rootstocks more strongs, and resistents.normally here i use wild Peach rootstocks,but leaves are always sicks... thanks for your hints
 
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I didn’t realize that Spain is rainy.   Lovell Rostock is supposed to better than others in wet areas.

Do you have a local variety of wild plum?

 
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Hello, yes i have lot of Wild plums, im grafting peachs,nectarine and pluots in this Wild plums.for the moment It seems that leaves are not sick, but its very soon yet. Will see what happen Next year.
My región, Galicia, in the north-west of spain its really rainy and wet, not cold in winter (never under 0)and not hot in summer ( not more than 30)
 
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