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Resistance of some plum cultivars and individual trees to plum pox (sharka) virus



Resistance of some plum cultivars and individual trees to plum pox (sharka) virus



Agronomie 1(8): 617-622



Thirteen varieties and five clones were inoculated artificially and also studied under natural conditions in 1977-1979. Of the 13 varieties, six had no visible disease symptoms on the leaves with either natural or artificial infection; further tests confirmed the absence of plum pox virus in two of these, namely Scoldus 1 and Jelta Boutil Covidna (= Zh"lta Butilkovidna.

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