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Citrus program provides disease-free trees

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California Agriculture 30(10):4-4.

Published October 01, 1976

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Not available – first paragraph follows: California's citrus industry now can draw from a vital source of true-to-name, disease-free budwood to cleanse its orchards of trees carrying potentially devastating viruses and virus-like pathogens. This clean citrus material comes from the foundation block of the Citrus Clonal Protection program (CCPP), formerly known as the Citrus Variety Improvement Program.

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Citrus program provides disease-free trees

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Citrus program provides disease-free trees

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California Agriculture 30(10):4-4.

Published October 01, 1976

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Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: California's citrus industry now can draw from a vital source of true-to-name, disease-free budwood to cleanse its orchards of trees carrying potentially devastating viruses and virus-like pathogens. This clean citrus material comes from the foundation block of the Citrus Clonal Protection program (CCPP), formerly known as the Citrus Variety Improvement Program.

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