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A study of susceptibility to plum pox virus in valuable plum lines and cultivars bred in Bulgaria



A study of susceptibility to plum pox virus in valuable plum lines and cultivars bred in Bulgaria



Virusni Bolesti po Rasteniyata: 107-116



Of 13 forms tested the highest leaf and fruit resistance was shown by the Garlovka (line 835) and lines 286 and 826.

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