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Localization of cherry leaf roll virus in Prunus avium X P. pseudocerasus rootstocks






Acta Horticulturae (44): 39-41

Localization of cherry leaf roll virus in Prunus avium X P. pseudocerasus rootstocks

Plants of a Prunus avium X P. pseudocerasus rootstock clone inoculated with CLRV (isolate CH125) by F12/1 bark grafts developed gumming and necrosis around the inoculation grafts. During the 2nd, 3rd and 4th years after inoculation, CLRV was transmitted to herbaceous plants by manual inoculation with bark macerates, but only with bark that was partially necrotic and usually within 3-8 cm of the inoculation grafts.


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