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Rate of infection of virus-free lilies with lily symptomless virus in the field


, : Rate of infection of virus-free lilies with lily symptomless virus in the field. Acta Horticulturae (59): 37-38

Isolation and vector control allowed only 1% infection of virus-free Enchantment lilies grown in fields for 3 yr.

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