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Resistance of the new rice varieties Mil-yang 21 and 23 to plant and leaf hoppers



Resistance of the new rice varieties Mil-yang 21 and 23 to plant and leaf hoppers



Korean Journal of Plant Protection Han Kuk Sik Mul Bo Ho Hak Hoi Ji 15(3): 147-151



Both varieties were moderately resistant to Nephotettix cincticeps while Mil-yang 23 alone was also moderately resistant to Laodelphax striatellus.

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