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Dual infection of Roundel cherry with ring mottle and European rusty mottle viruses






Acta Horticulturae (44): 65-67

Dual infection of Roundel cherry with ring mottle and European rusty mottle viruses

When bark patches from Roundel cherry were used to graft-inoculate Mazzard F12/1 plants, chlorotic rings, patches and mottle developed on the foliage in May, and bright yellow to red rusty spots and lines with islands of green developed on the foliage in July. The first group of symptoms was caused by a sap-transmissible ring mottle strain of prune dwarf virus and the second by a non-sap-transmissible virus, probably European rusty mottle virus.


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