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A new look at the causes of potato leafroll



A new look at the causes of potato leafroll



Biuletyn Instytutu Ziemniaka (26): 41-43



The American finding that leaf roll may be due to at least 2 viruses, potato leaf roll and beet western yellows and its importance for breeding and seed production is discussed and the need for identifying the pathogens in Poland pointed out.

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