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Necrotic fleck, a virus disease of Lily in Sicily



Necrotic fleck, a virus disease of Lily in Sicily



Riv. Patol. veg., Pavia. 6: 2, 83-90



The disease was recorded in E. Sicily. Mechanical transmission to healthy plants was successful.

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