MM106

It is resistant to woolly aphid; but vulnerable to crown rot disease. Therefore; it should not be preferred in places contaminated by the fungal infection that causes crown rot disease. Soil should be well-drained. It develops a very good root system. It does not require to be supported with sticks. It lies considerable amount of fruits in 2nd-3rd year following its planting. It is a suitable rootstock for varieties that both are dwarf and grow strong. It may preferred in less windy places.