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Detection of Cherry virus A, cherry necrotic rusty mottle virus and Little cherry virus 1 in California orchards


Journal of Plant Pathology 87(3): 173-177
Detection of Cherry virus A, cherry necrotic rusty mottle virus and Little cherry virus 1 in California orchards
Leaves were collected during 2003 from trees displaying symptoms of vein necrosis, necrotic rusty mottle, necrotic leaf or marked fruit in surveys of sweet cherry (Prunus avium (L.) L. cv Bing) orchards in California. Samples were also taken from trees with leaf necrotic lesion (P. serrulata Lindl. cv Kwanzan) and leaf chlorotic spots (P. avium x P. pseudocerasus cv Colt) from virus disease indexing blocks of Prunus.


Accession: 004413870

DOI: 10.2307/41998236



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