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Apple proliferation






Acta Horticulturae (44): 175-199

Apple proliferation

a. Morvan, G.; Castelain, C. (Sta. Path. Veg., INRA, Montfavet, France). (New evidence of the high sensitivity of Malus dawsoniana to apple proliferation disease and of its value for testing apple trees) (175-182). When inoculated directly in June M. dawsoniana develops leaf reddening during the following autumn, and bark splitting and scaling in the next spring. Later the scion dies and the rootstock gives suckers ending in witches' brooms.


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