Decorative plants

Paulownia

De Nova Agro offers plantlets and one-year-old saplings of different species and varieties of fast-growing tree Paulownia! All the plantlets and saplings are obtained by in vitro micro-propagation and, therefore, disease and virus free, uniform and identical (clonal) plants. We

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Fruit tree rootstocks

Cherry Rootstocks

De Nova Agro offers different popular Cherry rootstocks! All the plants (rootstocks) are obtained by in vitro micro-propagation. They are indentical (clonal) plants free of viruses and diseases. In vitro propagation of Cherry Rootstocks has a range of advantages such as:

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Pear rootstock

FAROLD®87 Daytor* (OHF 87) The majority of commercial pear trees are grown on rootstocks. Pear rootstocks impart such characteristics as vigor, precocity, disease resistance and cold hardiness. The rootstock OHF 87 may impart dwarf characteristics as 70% height compared to normal classical tree.

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Walnut and almond

Almond rootstocks

Empyrean 1 cv. (Primo/Barrier 1) Pedigree: Peach x Chinese wild peach (Prunus persica x P. davidiana) Origin: Venice, Italy Compatibility: Compatible with PEACH, some Japanese PLUMS and APRICOTS and with almost all ALMONDS. Vigour: Empyrean is a peach hybrid with

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Walnut rootstocks VLACH-2, VLACH-3

Clonal rootstocks have several advantages: – can be selected for desired traits, such as disease resistance, nematode tolerance and vigor, giving farmers the opportunity to get the best results in wide range of soil types. – all rootstocks are genetically

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Nonpareil Almond

Nonpareil Almond There are dozens of varieties of Almonds available throughout the world. California grown Nonpareil Almonds are most highly traded variety across the globe. The nuts have a much higher yield percentage, which amounts to the average weight of

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Walnut Chandler

Chandler Introduced by the University of California in 1979, the Chandler Walnut is one of the leading commercial varieties with a mild, pleasing flavor and dependable yields. The walnut was named after William Chandler, Professor of Pomology at U. C.

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Grape

Kober 5BB, Fercal

Kober 5BB  General Description Adapted to the widest range of soil types. Very fruitful in light soils, which are not rich in nutrients. Good for poor stony or shallow soils. Good tolerance of limestone; can stand up to 40% total,

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Riesling

Origin: By biological properties Riesling belongs to the ecological and geographical group of Western European grape varieties. It is widespread in many grape-growing countries of the world – Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Czech Republic, Romania, Switzerland, the USA, Argentina,

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Mercedes

Origin: Tajikistan Variety: Table grape Maturation period: July-August. Its vegetation period lasts 130-135 days, counting from the moment the buds blossom until the maturity of the first brushes. Yield: Thanks to its large bunches and large berries, this variety has a

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Souvenir

Origin: Ukraine. It is received by crossing in breeding process of a black Moldavian hybrid and a sort of Hamburg nutmeg. Variety: Table grape Maturation: The maturation period is quite long, up to 145 days, which makes this variety one of

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Pireshka

Origin: Hungary Variety: Dining Room Maturation time: Ripening early to mid-August. Characteristics of the fruit: Round berries, small, large bunches of grapes, the taste of nutmeg, slightly fruity aroma. Color: pink Soil Characteristics: Adapted to all types of moderately humid

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Cherniy Khusaini

Origin: It is found in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Variety: Table grape Maturation time: average maturation period Yield: 60-70 c/ha Start of fruiting: The berries ripen in July and August. In Uzbekistan, near Tashkent, the harvest takes place in mid-August. Characteristics of

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Rizamat

Origin: Uzbekistan Variety: table-raisin Maturation time: Early-average ripening time. Vegetation period 135-140 days at a total temperature of 2800-3000 oC). In the Russian climate, ripening time is rather average – the second decade of September. Yield: Shoots ripen well. Yields

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Berry plants

Blueberry

De Nova Agro offers you seedlings of blueberries! All seedlings of blueberries are obtained by clonal micropropagation and are free from diseases, viruses and identical to each other (i.e. clones). Seedlings of blueberries obtained by in vitro have several advantages:

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