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The clonal selection of grapes in Campania: phytosanitary aspects


, : The clonal selection of grapes in Campania: phytosanitary aspects. Vignevini 24(6): 53-59

The results are reported of a 3-year study carried out in Campania, Italy, to identify some native clones of different grape varieties which have the phytosanitary requisites necessary to include them in the national catalogue of grape varieties. The clones were tested for the presence of various viruses. The results showed that the phytosanitary situation of grapes in Campania was not dissimilar from those of other areas of Italy.

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