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Identification of resistances of several jujube cultivars and selected Pozao single trees against jujube witches-broom disease



Identification of resistances of several jujube cultivars and selected Pozao single trees against jujube witches-broom disease



Scientia Silvae Sinicae 41(3): 88-96



An experiment was conducted in Hebei, China, to determine the resistance of jujube (Ziziphus jujuba) cultivars Hupingzao, Hamazao, Pozao, Mayazao, Dunzizao and Changhonzao, and sour date (Z. spinosa including 46 single resistant trees selected from Pozao to jujube witches' brooms symptoms. Hupingzao and Hamazao were highly resistant while Changhongzao, Mayazao, sour date, Pozao and Dunzizao showed susceptibility of 66.6, 78.6, 80.0, 100 and 100%, respectively.

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