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- Menghini, Massimiliano, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- European journal of plant pathology 2019 v.153 no.4 pp. 1325-1331
- Venturia inaequalis; Venturia pirina; apples; ascospores; conidia; cultivars; disease control; emerging diseases; fruits; hybrids; leaves; orchards; pathogenicity; phenology; resistance genes; Italy
- ... Atypical scab symptoms were reported for the first time at the end of July in 2012 in Northern Italy (Cesena province, Emilia Romagna region) on fruit apple cultivar CIVG198 Modì® carrying the Rvi6 (=Vf) major resistance gene to Venturia inaequalis; it is a hybrid of ‘Gala’ x ‘Liberty’ with more than half the total world production area of cv ‘Modì’ located in Italy. The symptoms were also establi ...