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Possibilities of improving detection of chrysanthemum stunt and obtaining viroid-free plants by meristem-tip culture


, : Possibilities of improving detection of chrysanthemum stunt and obtaining viroid-free plants by meristem-tip culture. Acta Horticulturae (59): 63-69

In studies on the improvement of chrysanthemum stunt viroid detection, special growing conditions combining high temps (25-28 deg C) and high light intensity (20 000 lux) allowed detection 20 days after inoculation. The results can be obtained with chrysanthemum Mistletoe or with Gynura aurantiaca. Two other cvs. (Bonnie Jean and Sunfire) are very susceptible to the disease and show symptoms in the glasshouse 15-20 days after inoculation.


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