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Stem pitting disease of cherries and other stone fruits

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Srecko M. Mircetich, Agricultural Research Service, USDA
William J. Moller, Cooperative Extension
George Nyland, Plant Pathology, U.C. Davis.

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California Agriculture 32(4):19-20.

Published April 01, 1978

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Abstract

Decline in cherry and other stone fruit orchards has been shown to be associated with a soil-borne virus disease known as Prunus stem pitting. Control is by careful selection and use of propagation material from healthy trees and planting in non-infested soil.

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The authors acknowledge the assistance of Richard Bethell, James Beutel, Greg Carnill, David Chaney, William Coates, James De Tar, Larry Fitch, Martin Gerdts, David Holmberg. Jim LaRue, Warren Micke, William Olson, Richard Puffer, David Ramos, Norman Ross, Don Rough, Ross Sanborn, Wallace Schreader, Steve Sibbett, John Smith, and Beth Teviotdale.

Stem pitting disease of cherries and other stone fruits

Srecko M. Mircetich, William J. Moller, George Nyland
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Stem pitting disease of cherries and other stone fruits

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Srecko M. Mircetich, Agricultural Research Service, USDA
William J. Moller, Cooperative Extension
George Nyland, Plant Pathology, U.C. Davis.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(4):19-20.

Published April 01, 1978

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Decline in cherry and other stone fruit orchards has been shown to be associated with a soil-borne virus disease known as Prunus stem pitting. Control is by careful selection and use of propagation material from healthy trees and planting in non-infested soil.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors acknowledge the assistance of Richard Bethell, James Beutel, Greg Carnill, David Chaney, William Coates, James De Tar, Larry Fitch, Martin Gerdts, David Holmberg. Jim LaRue, Warren Micke, William Olson, Richard Puffer, David Ramos, Norman Ross, Don Rough, Ross Sanborn, Wallace Schreader, Steve Sibbett, John Smith, and Beth Teviotdale.


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