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Plum and peach diseases

, : Plum and peach diseases. Acta Horticulturae (44): 69-117

a. Bernhard, R.; Saunier, R.; Marenaud, C. (INRA, Pont-de-la-Maye, Bordeaux, France). (Improved performance of peach tree clone freed from ringspot by thermotherapy. Study of recontamination in the orchard) (69-79). Differences between healthy and diseased trees were noted with respect to bud take in the nursery, growth of trees, fruit production, productivity index and fruit quality.

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