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Cherry diseases

, : Cherry diseases. Acta Horticulturae (44): 43-57

a. Boxus, P. (Sta. Cult. Fruit. Maraich., Gembloix, Belgium). (Meristem culture for the production of virus-free Prunus) (43-45).b. Kegler, H.; Verderevskaya, T.D.; Kleinhempel, H.; Muller, H.M. (Inst. Phytopath., Aschersleben, German Democratic Republic). Investigations on the etiology of cherry decline in the German Democratic Republic and the Moldavian Socialist Soviet Republic (47-54). Cherry decline is a serious problem in some sweet and sour cherry orchards of these countries.

Accession: 000315050

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