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Virus diseases of grapevine

, : Virus diseases of grapevine. Italia Agricola 122(2): 201-228

Grapevine diseases caused by viruses, mycoplasmas and mycoplasma-like organisms in Italy and elsewhere are briefly described and possible control measures discussed.

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