It is a semi-dwarf type. It does not require poles. It resembles peach in terms of growth size. It is an M106-equivalent rootstock. It suffers root losses when not planted deep. It grows trees as big as 60-65% of its generative rootstocks. It is the most commonly-used rootstock in the USA. It can adapt to various soil types and climatic conditions. Its early fruit lying capability is weaker in comparison with M9 rootstock. It is vulnerable to woolly aphid and resistant to fire blight disease. Our producers may use it after evaluating abovementioned types and considering soil and climatic requirements.