List of Apple Diseases

List Of Apple Diseases

This article is a list of diseases of apples (Malus × domestica).

Read more about List Of Apple Diseases:  Bacterial Diseases, Fungal Diseases, Nematodes, Parasitic, Viral Diseases, Viroid Diseases, Suspected Viral- and Viroid-like Diseases, Phytoplasmal Diseases, Miscellaneous Diseases and Disorders

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