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Virus diseases of some ornamental and indigenous trees and shrubs in Britain

, : Virus diseases of some ornamental and indigenous trees and shrubs in Britain. Acta Horticulturae (59): 83-92

Apple chlorotic leafspot virus was detected in Chaenomeles japonica and hedgerow Crataegus oxycantha plants. Prunus necrotic ringspot virus was detected in 5 ornamental P. spp. and in hedgerow P. spinosa plants. The incidence of strawberry latent ringspot virus in standard roses was associated with the source of Rosa rugosa rootstock. Virus tested material remained free from SLRV when grown in a commercial nursery. Raspberry ringspot virus was isolated from 2 Daphne spp. and 2 Forsythia spp.

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