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Susceptibility of pistachio rootstocks to Verticillium dahliae and Armillaria mellea - a progress report



Susceptibility of pistachio rootstocks to Verticillium dahliae and Armillaria mellea - a progress report



Acta Horticulturae ( 419): 353-357



Pistachio rootstocks were evaluated for susceptibility to V. dahliae and A. mellea each in separate field experiments. Pistacia atlantica, P. integerrima, P. integerrima x P. atlantica, P. atlantica x P.integerrima, nursery-budded with P. vera 'Kerman', were planted in 1992 in a field infested with V. dahliae. The microsclerotia level in the field was increased prior to planting by discing in V. dahliae- infected tomato plants.

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