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Study of sharka spread pattern in some plum orchards

, : Study of sharka spread pattern in some plum orchards. Acta Horticulturae (44): 147-154

In studies in which the highly susceptible plum Pozegaca was planted in severely and slightly infected districts, the disease first appeared sporadically in different parts of the orchards but in subsequent years infected trees were mostly situated near trees infected in previous years. Occurrence and spread were extremely slow in the slightly infected district.

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