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Experiments on tulip bulb production in relation to cucumber mosaic virus






Acta Horticulturae [Technical Communications of the International Society for Horticultural Science] 2: 267-272

Experiments on tulip bulb production in relation to cucumber mosaic virus

Inoculation of the bulbs before sprouting with the ordinary and yellow strs. of CMV reduced bulb production to 50-60% of normal but inoculation at the 2-leaf stage or later had little effect.


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