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Cherry plum pox potyvirus: receptivity of cherry trees and hosts of the sour cherry strain






Acta Horticulturae ( 472): 351-353

Cherry plum pox potyvirus: receptivity of cherry trees and hosts of the sour cherry strain

The capacity of cherry to replicate plum pox potyvirus (PPV) was studied. A number of cherry cultivars were grafted onto rootstocks in February-March 1995 and inoculated with a number of PPV isolated by chip budding. Young shoots were removed in May 1995 and indexed on peach seedling GF 305. The young cherry plants were stored at 5 degrees C for 2 months and the regrowth was indexed. Prunus avium, P. cerasus and P. mahaleb were incapable of replicating the common PPV strain for long periods.

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