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Soil volume, sink size and expression of cassava mosaic virus disease (CMVD) symptoms


, : Soil volume, sink size and expression of cassava mosaic virus disease (CMVD) symptoms. Acta Horticulturae (53): 257-261

Cuttings from plants of the same ht. of the Ghanaian cassava Ankrah were planted into soil vol. which were large (40 cm2 X 40 cm), medium (40 cm2 X 20 cm) or small (40 cm2 X 10 cm). All plants from which cuttings were taken showed severe symptoms of CMVD.

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