i don't remember writing anything to that effect, and apologize if my comments sounded like was implying that.
probably wrote(or intended to write) that jujube rootstoc tend to be decent producers of fruit, and forgot to mention that the fruits are generally not decent in taste..
i do remember saying that some folks, often the ladies, also like the sour fruits of wild-type rootstoc as much as they like hj and sihong.
also remember that at least one poster here reports of getting good fruit from the rootstock, which is possible since nurseries probably use seeds of domesticated jujubes to mass-produce rootstock, and not just seeds from the sour wild-type rootstoc. The rootstoc i received from Mr Meyer, and from other nurseries seem to have been grown from random jujuba seeds.
i, too, am getting lazy about segregating and labeling which seedlings came from what cultivar(due to the great numbers of seedlings trying to grow), and will just wait and see which of the random seedlings will bear good fruit.
will probably just be diligent keeping the seedling labels on sihong, hj, and la fleur, since they happen to have excellent or at least above average quality of fruit, as well as relatively high seed viability.
the chances of getting good progeny is probably better than with others, so worth the extra effort with documenting lineage.