The experiment was carried out on the laboratory field of the Biotechnical Faculty, and was conducted from 3.4 to 11.11. 2014. For the experiment 4 cultivars of bell pepper ('Red knight F1', 'Ramona F1', 'AL 65059 F1 'in Bobita F1') were selected and used as a scion. Bell pepper plants were grafted on the rootstock 'Scarface F1'. The quantity and quality of bell pepper yield were evaluated. The experiment was designed in three repetitions. Technological ripe fruits were collected in six harvest days, between 24.7. and 21.10. 2014. At each harvest, marketable and non - marketable fruits were counted and weighted. After each pickling, one randomly selected fruit from each repetition was measured (fruit length and width, weight, pericarp thickness and total sugars content). Throughout the growing season, plants were fertigated and irrigated. After the last harvest, plants were pulled and the length of the roots and the aboveground height of plants were measured. Grafted plants of all cultivars, with the exception of 'Bobita F1', had 17 to 75 % higher yield than ungrafted plants. The grafted plants of the cultivars 'Ramona F1' and 'AL 65059 F1' had 6 % less non - marketable fruits than ungrafted plants. On the contrary, grafted plants of 'Bobita F1' and 'Red Knight F1' had 5 to 11 % more non - marketable fruits than ungrafted plants. Fruits of grated plants had thicker pericarp compared to ungrafted plants.