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Susceptibility of apricot cultivars to plum pox virus in Greece



Susceptibility of apricot cultivars to plum pox virus in Greece



Acta Horticulturae ( 235): 271-274



During 1984 to 1987, 42 apricot cultivars were examined for susceptibility to plum pox potyvirus (PPV) infection, in Skydra, Central Macedonia, Greece. All the cultivars were very susceptible to PPV, except for the resistant cultivars Early Orange and Stella. Among the rest, Harcot, Nonno and Blenril showed some susceptibility, whereas quality cultivars Bebecou, Blenheim, Boccucia, Bergeron and Screara had moderate susceptibility.

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