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Apple and other diseases

Acta Horticulturae (44): 237-265

Apple and other diseases

a. Hickey, K.D.; Shear, G.M. (Virginia Polytechnic Inst., Winchester, USA). Growth response to latent virus infection of apple trees on seedling rootstocks (237-244). Apple chlorotic leafspot and stem pitting viruses failed to produce measurable effects on the cvs. Delicious and Golden Delicious grown on seedling rootstocks when inoculated alone or in combination. Development of internal bark necrosis was not associated with virus infection in this study.b.

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