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


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