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Susceptibility of plum varieties to plum pox disease

, : Susceptibility of plum varieties to plum pox disease. Acta Horticulturae (44): 163

Information on work in a test plantation containing 167 local and foreign plum cvs is presented. Many cvs showed only light symptoms in the first years after inoculation but the symptoms intensified in subsequent years.

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