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Anomalies in the behaviour of certain varieties of peach and apricot grafted on various types of plum, and their possible relationship with chlorotic leaf spot virus






Acta Horticulturae (44): 99-106

Anomalies in the behaviour of certain varieties of peach and apricot grafted on various types of plum, and their possible relationship with chlorotic leaf spot virus

Two combinations, peach 126 AD/Brompton and apricot 117 AD/Marianna, showing symptoms of incompatibility at the graft union were studied; the second of these also showed growth and fruiting anomalies.


Accession: 000292777



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