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The effect of carnation etched ring virus on the productivity of the carnation cultivar 'Joker'


, : The effect of carnation etched ring virus on the productivity of the carnation cultivar 'Joker'. Acta Horticulturae: 191-193

Diseased plants flowered a week later than did healthy control plants, and flower quality was impaired.


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