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Transmissible and non transmissible fruit deformation of quince

Acta Horticulturae (44): 123-130

Transmissible and non transmissible fruit deformation of quince

Symptoms of a disease noted over many years on 2 commercial cvs in Israel are described; no transmissible agent was found nor was B deficiency involved and it appeared to be a genetic disorder.

Accession: 000562804

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