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Breeding and mass production of virus free rootstocks






Acta Horticulturae (224): 319-324

Breeding and mass production of virus free rootstocks

The research station at Cegled has established an orchard for the production of virus-free rootstocks of wild cherry, Prunus mahaleb, myrobalan wild apricot, wild peach and peach X almond hybrids.


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