A progress report…: Citrus rootstocks resistant to phytophthora root rot
AuthorsL. J. Klotz
W. P. Bitters
T. A. DeWolfe
Authors AffiliationsL. J. Klotz is Plant Pathologist and Professor of Plant Pathology Emeritus, University of California Citrus Research Center and Agricultural Experiment Station, Riverside; W. P. Bitters is Professor and Horticulturist, University of California Citrus Research Center and Agricultural Experiment Station, Riverside; T. A. DeWolfe is Specialist, University of California Citrus Research Center and Agricultural Experiment Station, Riverside.
Hilgardia 19(2):10-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n02p10. February 1965.
valencia oranges observed on trifoliate rootstocks in this experiment at the Citrus Research Center, Riverside, and Valencia and navel trees in commercial orchards have performed well on this stock for many years; similarly, standard Lisbon lemon varieties have done well on trifoliate rootstock for the 13 years they have been observed. However, a high incidence of the exocortis virus in budwood of Eureka lemon and creasing of the bud union preclude its use on trifoliates or citranges.
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