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Response of interspecies hybrids of the genus Prunus to the main economically important diseases of plum



Response of interspecies hybrids of the genus Prunus to the main economically important diseases of plum



Vocarstvo 40(3): 219-226



The performance, as well as the resistance of the cross Prunus spinosa Sloe x Prunus domestica Yellow Ablanska Plum to sharka caused by Plum pox virus, red leaf spots caused by Polystigma rubrum Person DC, rust caused by Puccinia pruni spinozae, shot hole caused by Stigmina carpophila and brown rot of fruits caused by Monilinia fructigena was determined. The fruits of the interspecific hybrid were small with mass ranging from 7.32 to 13.88 g.

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