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Moria in own-rooted pear plants

Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura 56(7/8): 59-62

Moria in own-rooted pear plants

The presence of mycoplasma-like organisms was established in trees of some varieties showing symptoms of early leaf reddening. Among the varieties examined, Doyenne du Comice had severe leaf symptoms, while Conference was without symptoms.

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