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On the latent viruses of apple in China 1. Identification of the virus pathogens of apple decline in Liaoning Province


Acta Phytopathologica Sinica 13(1): 45-49
On the latent viruses of apple in China 1. Identification of the virus pathogens of apple decline in Liaoning Province
Affected trees of the cultivar Ralls grafted on Malus sieboldii and topworked with Starking or Richard Delicious scions, contained 3 latent viruses, chlorotic leafspot, stem pitting (the most frequent) and stem grooving viruses.

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