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Evidence of a virus causing stone deformation in the peach seedling GF 305






Acta Horticulturae (44): 113-117

Evidence of a virus causing stone deformation in the peach seedling GF 305

Graft inoculation from peach cvs on to the peach seedling GF 305 frequently indicated the presence of a virus causing delays in bud-break and fruit ripening, and stone deformation in the indicator plant. The disease resembled one described in the USA as peach wart virus.


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Desvignes, J.; Savio, A., 1975: Evidence of a virus disease causing deformed stones on the peach seedling GF 305. Acta Horticulturae 44: 13-117

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