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'Frost' peach: a symptomless source of cherry mottle leaf disease


, : 'Frost' peach: a symptomless source of cherry mottle leaf disease. Fruit Varieties Journal 47(2): 125-126

In lab. tests conducted in 1988, trees used for producing scions of the peach Frost were contaminated with the agent of cherry mottle leaf disease (CML); this was determined by tissue grafts on sensitive indicator hosts.


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