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Vegetative disorders in the Japanese plum trees on myrobalan rootstock in the province of Valencia (Spain)


, : Vegetative disorders in the Japanese plum trees on myrobalan rootstock in the province of Valencia (Spain). Acta Horticulturae (44): 93-97

Severe vegetative disorders and irregular bud opening were observed in groups of plum and apricot trees; plums were more tolerant than apricots.


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