OHF 333: It is a clone rootstock. It is semi-dwarf. It is resistant to nematodes and chlorosis. There is a very good deep root system. It does not need support because it is well-grounded. It grows 30-35% less than wild rootstocks. It is tolerant to sandy and clayey soils. It is moderately resistant to calyces. 4 m x 3 m or 4 m x 4 m dibbling intervals can be used.
Quince’de Provence Ba 29: It is a semi-dwarf rootstock of quince origin. It is suitable for deep and fresh soils. It is also used as a quince rootstock. It shows 55% improvement compared to seed rootstock. Support of trees should be considered. Provence Quince BA 29-C is resistant to chlorosis, cold, drought and nematodes. 4 m x 2.5 m or 4 m x 2 m dibbling intervals can be used.