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Assessment of losses in yield components of spring wheat cultivars, caused by selected isolates of Septoria tritici


Assessment of losses in yield components of spring wheat cultivars, caused by selected isolates of Septoria tritici



Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 3: 322



Differences in yield-component reductions occurred when four diverse varieties with different reactions to infection by S. tritici were inoculated in the field with four isolates with different degrees of both virulence and aggressiveness.

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