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Influence of heat therapy on rooting of, and elimination of raspberry bushy dwarf virus from, shoot cuttings of red raspberry


, : Influence of heat therapy on rooting of, and elimination of raspberry bushy dwarf virus from, shoot cuttings of red raspberry. Acta Horticulturae: 63-70

Details are given of the treatment temps. and duration used for the elimination of RBDV from cuttings of red raspberry.

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