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Resistance to Rhizoctonia in seedlings of diploid cultivated species of potato after artificial infection



Resistance to Rhizoctonia in seedlings of diploid cultivated species of potato after artificial infection



Nauch tr Sev Zap NII s kh (35): 179-183



In tests under natural and laboratory conditions of infection, diploid species were more resistant to Corticium solani than Chilean forms of the series Tuberosa and Solanum tuberosum varieties.

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