Avocado Seedling Rootstocks
Seedling rootstock, a hybrid between West Indian and Guatemalan races, highly tolerant to salinity due to its West Indian parentage, very vigorous and compatible with commercial fruit varieties. It tolerates limestone well. It is not recommended for cold climates, heavy soils or soils infected with Phytophthora cinnamomi.
This Mexican rootstock is obtained directly by seeds. It is very cold tolerant and induces moderate vigor on the fruit variety. It has good affinity with commercial varieties. Do not use in replanting or heavy soils.
Mexican-Guatemalan hybrid rootstock. Some seedlings have certain tolerance to Phytophthora cinnamomi. It is somewhat less tolerant to cold than purely Mexican rootstock. G-6 is usually propagated using seeds. It is suitable for replanting.