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The epidemiology of plum pox virus in the apricot orchards of southern France: description of computer tools and main observations


, : The epidemiology of plum pox virus in the apricot orchards of southern France: description of computer tools and main observations. Acta Horticulturae ( 235): 263-270

In 1982 a systematic study of data collected by the Plant Protection Service for eliminating diseased trees was carried out. Computer programs were developed to analyse the data and to study disease spread in the orchards. It is concluded that plum pox potyvirus can be controlled until resistant cultivars are developed if orchards are regularly surveyed and infected trees destroyed.

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