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Influence of rootstock on the tolerance of citrus to the weevil Diaprepes abbreviatus (L.)



Influence of rootstock on the tolerance of citrus to the weevil Diaprepes abbreviatus (L.)



Fruits Paris 44(9): 491-495



Tahiti lime (Citrus latifolia) SRA58 was grafted onto 8 rootstocks (C. macrophylla, C. volkameriana, citrumelos Swingle 4475 and Swingle 1452, citranges Carrizo WNC and Carrizo SRA, sour orange, and Orlando tangelo) and observed for 9 years. C. macrophylla was most resistant to D. abbreviatus, producing longer roots, a higher percentage of scarred roots and a lower proportion of roots with secondary infestations than the other rootstocks, including the usual rootstock, Carrizo citrange.

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