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Research on apple topworking disease (taka tsugi byo) in Japan: a review



Research on apple topworking disease (taka tsugi byo) in Japan: a review



HortScience 8(4): 296-298



Decline of apple trees soon after topworking is a serious problem in commercial orchards in Japan because the rootstocks widely used comprise certain native Malus species which are sensitive to latent viruses.

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