Soils with a high amount of clay particles are usually suitable for cultivating different types of rootstocks, depending on the water availability or the location.
As per warmer areas with a limited water availability, we suggest you use vigorous rootstocks such as Gf677 for peaches and nectarines, or Mirabolano29c for apricots and plums. As per cooler areas with higher water availability, you can use less vigorous rootstocks for peaches and nectarines, such as Puebla Adesoto or Istharà Ferciana, while Rootpac®R can be a good choice for apricots.
Quince trees, such as Ba29, are generally used for pear trees in specifically dedicated areas; however, in the past few years seedlings rootstocks, self-rooted Conference and Farold40® have been increasingly used to face the dieback of pear tree plants on quince. As per apple trees, M9 and its clones are still the most widely used rootstocks so far.