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Resistance tests on sweet cherries (Prunus avium L.). Part 6: evaluation of the sweet cherry collection of the Fruit Genebank Dresden-Pillnitz for resistance to Cytospora and Pseudomonas



Resistance tests on sweet cherries (Prunus avium L.). Part 6: evaluation of the sweet cherry collection of the Fruit Genebank Dresden-Pillnitz for resistance to Cytospora and Pseudomonas



Erwerbsobstbau 40(3): 69-73



The collection of 130 sweet cherry cultivars of the Dresden-Pillnitz Fruit Genebank was examined for its resistance to Cytospora and Pseudomonas at Kauscha during 1994-96. Despite considerable variations in the individual results, multiple repetitions enabled a relatively reliable classification of the cultivars into individual resistance groups. Badeborner, Bianca, Buttners Rote Knorpel, Mona Cherry, Nadino and Stella were most resistant to Cytospora persoonii.

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