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Investigations on the etiology of cherry decline in the German Democratic Republic and the Moldavian Socialist Soviet Republic


, : Investigations on the etiology of cherry decline in the German Democratic Republic and the Moldavian Socialist Soviet Republic. Acta Horticulturae (44): 47-54

Cherry decline is a serious problem in both states; the symptoms on sweet and on sour cherries are described. Graft transmissibility was demonstrated and the reaction of indicator species to inoculation from 5 sour and 3 of 5 sweet cherry sources resembled those described for little cherry disease. Reactions to the remaining 2 sweet cherry sources resembled those produced by peach X-disease.

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