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The influence of oxytetracycline on the appearance of apple proliferation symptoms

, : The influence of oxytetracycline on the appearance of apple proliferation symptoms. Acta Horticulturae (44): 19-21

Oxytetracycline spraying of Golden Delicious seedlings inoculated with apple proliferation restricted the appearance of disease symptoms. This supports the suggestion that a mycoplasma is the causal agent of apple proliferation.

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