• This cherry rootstock is of intermediate robustness between MAXMA DELBARD® 14 Brokforest* and GI-SEL-A5* or TABEL® Edabri*.
  • With regards to MAXMA DELBARD® 14 Brokforest*,  CERAVIUM® is very close in terms of fruit set and productivity, but it allows for more dense plantations and to have trees that are more easily accessible for harvesting. Compared to TABEL®, it is more rustic with regard to the soil, viruses, and to aphid attacks.
  • It is suitable for deep, fresh soils.
  • Of very rapid fruit set and of good productivity, this rootstock, reproduced in-vitro is classified in the range of semi-dwarf.
  • It has a tendency to close its insertion angles, scaffolding and lateral, which can be inconvenient for the naturally erect varieties but more favorable for varieties with weeping bearing.