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Cherry variegation

Orchardist New Zealand 33(6): 172-175

Cherry variegation

Buds from trees showing variegation invariably produce marbled shoots. Variegation symptoms persist throughout the life of the tree. If the variegation is extensive, stunted growth and undersized fruit result.

Accession: 024321537

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