DEVELOPMENT OF RESISTANCE TO RASPBERRY BUSHY DWARF VIRUS IN 'MEEKER' RED RASPBERRY

@inproceedings{Martin2004DEVELOPMENTOR,
  title={DEVELOPMENT OF RESISTANCE TO RASPBERRY BUSHY DWARF VIRUS IN 'MEEKER' RED RASPBERRY},
  author={Robert R. Martin and Karen E. Keller and Helena Mathews},
  year={2004}
}
Raspberry bushy dwarf virus (RBDV) has been a reemerging problem over the past 15 years throughout raspberry growing regions of the world. This is due primarily to growers planting susceptible cultivars that have superior fruit quality. Crumbly fruit and yield reduction can combine to reduce crop value by more than 50%. RBDV is pollen-borne, making chemical control virtually impossible. ‘Meeker’ raspberry plants were transformed with the coat protein gene, mutated forms of the movement protein… CONTINUE READING

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