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The control of hop latent viroid in UK hops


Acta Horticulturae ( 385): 91-97
The control of hop latent viroid in UK hops
Plants free from hop latent viroid (HLVd) were obtained from infected material by culturing meristems cut from hop plants that had been kept at 2-4 degrees C for periods of 8-21 months. A total of 77 plants of 6 cultivars or selections were grown from meristems and 28 of these were free from HLVd. Viroid-free plants can be infected mechanically and this is particularly likely to occur during propagation, but it can also occur in commercial gardens.


Accession: 002980907



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