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Prolonged observations on spread and behaviour of proliferation disease in apple orchards


Acta Horticulturae (44): 183-191
Prolonged observations on spread and behaviour of proliferation disease in apple orchards
The disease spread naturally and the rate of spread was not affected by orchard situation, season, tree age, or rootstock.


Accession: 000171551



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