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Response of resistant varieties to cabbage yellows - occurrence of growth damage and plugging of vessels at high soil temperatures



Response of resistant varieties to cabbage yellows - occurrence of growth damage and plugging of vessels at high soil temperatures



Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan Nihon Shokubutsubyori Gakkai Ho 42(3): 340



At a soil temperature of 22 deg C, seedlings of resistant varieties of type A inoculated with Fusarium conglutinans differed little in growth from uninoculated seedlings. At 26 deg C and 30 deg C, however, root length, fresh weight and leaf size were less than in the control. Growth differences based on soil temperatures were not noted in uninoculated seedlings.

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