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Virus incidence in stone fruit and pome fruit root-stocks. II. Studies on pome fruit clonal root-stocks



Virus incidence in stone fruit and pome fruit root-stocks. II. Studies on pome fruit clonal root-stocks



Erwerbsobstbau 11: 231-5. bibl. 8



Tests carried out from 1960 onward showed that economically important apple viruses had an incidence of 11-16% in the apple rootstocks M.IV, MIX, M.VII and M.XI, 7% in M.II and 1-3% in A2. Rubbery wood was the most widespread virus and apple mosaic and flat limb were relatively rare. These viruses were not detected in M.XXV, M.26 or the MM. clones 104, 106, 109 and 111. Stem pitting. Spy epinasty and chlorotic leaf spot were not found in M.26 and the MM. clones 104, 106 and 111.

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