The number of pits on a fruit may vary and they may be located anywhere on the surface or interior. Groups ... Bartlett measles was relatively common in many older pear orchards where the variety Old Home was used as a ... To avoid stony pit, plant virus-tested stock and use only virus-tested sources for propagation; do not collect budwood for grafting from trees that exhibit ... The virus that causes apple mosaic also infects quince, stone fruits, strawberry, hawthorn, and mountain ash.
|Title||:||Integrated Pest Management for Stone Fruits|
|Author||:||Larry L. Strand|
|Publisher||:||UCANR Publications - 1999|