Many types of rootstock exist on which it is possible to implant various species of apricots.
Franc Apricot seeds are the ones most commonly seen, but the apricot can also be grafted on various varieties of Prunus. Therefore, the peach tree as well as certain domestic plum trees (Myrobolan) can also be used.
The apricot therefore possesses a large selection of rootstocks which is a clear advantage since this allows for the expansion of its culture to diverse pedoclimatic situations.
The choice of rootstock at the time of plantation would only be more crucial and strategic.
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