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A preliminary report on the thermotreatment and virus elimination of strawberry seedlings


Plant Protection 18(3): 20-21
A preliminary report on the thermotreatment and virus elimination of strawberry seedlings
A method for elimination of viruses in pot-grown strawberry plants by heat treatment is described.


Accession: 002287249



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