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The extent of spread of the Stecklenberg disease on sour cherry and ringspot disease on sweet cherry in orchards and nurseries



The extent of spread of the Stecklenberg disease on sour cherry and ringspot disease on sweet cherry in orchards and nurseries



NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, Berlin, 13: 173-7. bibl. 6



Extensive observations in cherry orchards of the Altmark, Saxony and Thuringen showed 96% infection with Stecklenberg virus in sour cherries but only some 5% infection in nurseries. In older sweet cherry plantations about 10% infection with ring spot virus was also discovered. Both these viruses are obviously spreading.

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