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<em>Malus</em> ‘Budagovsky 118’
Malus ‘Budagovsky 118’ Rootstock (Apple) [Moscow Pear x (M8 and M9 pollen)] Michurinsk College of Ag, Michurin, Russia. Also called Bud 118 or B118.

Semi-dwarf rootstock, similar in size to M111 (about 85–90% of standard). Sometimes referred to as a “semi-standard” or even a standard. Space trees 20–25' apart.

More productive than Antonovka, similiar to M111 in that respect. Fruits sooner than trees on Antonovka. Very winter hardy and soil adaptable. Generally not used in commercial orchards due to its large size. Resistant to collar rot. Unknown susceptibility to fireblight. Z3.

Item Discounted
Price
207A: April shipment, 10 for $29.00
ordering closed for the season
207B: March shipment, 10 for $29.00
early shipment; order deadline has passed
Item Discounted
Price
207A: April shipment, 10 for $29.00
ordering closed for the season
207B: March shipment, 10 for $29.00
early shipment; order deadline has passed
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Additional Information

Hardy Rootstocks

We do our best to provide ¼" caliper stock. Because of factors beyond our control (such as weather!) stock may be 31638".

Because of the way they are propagated, clonal rootstocks (B118, M111, G11, B9 apples and OHxF97 pear) rarely come with more than a few roots. You may have better luck planting clonal rootstocks for a year in your garden or nursery before grafting them.

Rootstock is shipped at two different times.
Stock numbers ending with A are shipped in the first half of April, with the rest of the trees.
Stock numbers ending with B are shipped in March, with (or without) scionwood, around March 16.