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Sweet cherry raspleaf incidence in Colorado



Sweet cherry raspleaf incidence in Colorado



Plant Disease Reporter 58(1): 26-27



A detailed survey of a sweet cherry orchard with cherry rasp leaf virus showed a 5% increase in the disease over 6 yr. Incidence was high in older cherry producing districts of 2 counties (23 and 38%), compared with an overall av. of 15% in Colo. Dieback and winter injury mortality appeared higher in infected trees.

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