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Detection of a new infectious disease of roses in California






Acta Horticulturae (36): 53-57

Detection of a new infectious disease of roses in California

A disease thought to be caused by a virus, recently discovered affecting roses in California, is described. The symptoms vary, being apparently influenced by environment, variety and plant age.


Accession: 000057686



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