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A method to determine the susceptibility of apricot cultivars to plum pox virus



A method to determine the susceptibility of apricot cultivars to plum pox virus



Acta Horticulturae ( 384): 575-579



A common objective of all apricot European breeders is to release new apricot cultivars with resistance to plum pox potyvirus. Two main approaches should be considered in the evaluation of plant susceptibility to the disease: a natural infection in contaminated areas and experimental infection under insect-proof conditions. A description of the experimental method to evaluate cultivar susceptibility is presented.

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