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Reaction of apricot cultivars to plum pox virus infection



Reaction of apricot cultivars to plum pox virus infection



Acta Horticulturae ( 384): 571-574



Thirty-three apricot varieties were examined for their susceptibility to plum pox potyvirus (PPV) in the field, in an area where the disease is endemic. Most of the varieties were of European origin (mainly from Spain) and a few were from North America. The experimental orchard was planted close to mature peach trees which served as a source of inoculum of PPV (strain Marcus) transmitted by aphids.

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