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Red Clover : a new host for Potato virus X



Red Clover : a new host for Potato virus X



Phytopathology. 51: 2, 132-133



At Minn. agric. Exp. Sta., St. Paul, Wegener red clover plants mechanically inoculated with the ring spot str. of virus X from potato developed a diffuse mottle and slight veinal chlorosis after 6 weeks.

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