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Bark split disease of plum trees and its association with strains of apple chlorotic leaf spot



Bark split disease of plum trees and its association with strains of apple chlorotic leaf spot



Acta Horticulturae (44): 81-91



All plum trees infected with bark split were also contaminated with strains of apple chlorotic leaf spot virus (CLSV). Heat treatment of trees with bark split eliminated both bark split and CLSV as did screening through Sorbus aucuparia. When isolates of both viruses were inoculated on Chenopodium and thence back to plum, symptoms of bark split appeared 2 years later and serological tests on these trees showed the presence of CLSV.

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