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Investigation of strawberry virus diseases in Yugoslavia


, : Investigation of strawberry virus diseases in Yugoslavia. Acta Horticulturae: 19-23

Virus infection was found in 15-30% of all strawberry plants sampled. Among the viruses identified were strawberry crinkle (present in 278 of 630 samples), strawberry mottle (193 of 630) and strawberry yellow edge (31 of 630). Symptoms resembling those of vein-banding and vein chlorosis were obtained on some indicators.


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