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The distribution of Stecklenberg disease of Sour Cherry and peach ring spot disease of Sweet Cherry in orchards and nurseries



The distribution of Stecklenberg disease of Sour Cherry and peach ring spot disease of Sweet Cherry in orchards and nurseries



NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, Berl, N.F., 13: 9, 173-177



During a survey for Stecklenberg disease about 4, 000 sour cherry trees in the Altmark and Borde districts and in fruit-growing areas of Saxony and Thuringia were examined in 1955-57. In several districts up to 96% of the orchard trees were infected while in nurseries 5% of the mazzard seedlings and young sweet cherry trees were infected by Stecklenberg and peach ring spot virus, respectively. Symptoms of Stecklenberg on sour cherry are not detectable in the first 6 yr.

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