Virus and Viruslike Diseases of Pome Fruits and Stimulating Noninfectious Disorders is comprised of research and information found on virus diseases that affect apple, pear, and quince fruits. It includes descriptions and characteristics of diseases, viruslike diseases, and noninfectious problems (air pollution injury, genetic disorders, herbicide damage, and nutritional disorders). Virus diseases of apple and pear are organized and illustrated according to leaf symptoms, and stem and bark symptoms. Other sections discuss diseases of quince, methods for detecting infection, development of virus-free pome fruits, and control methods.
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