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The susceptibility of black currant cultivars to leaf spot caused by Pseudopeziza ribis Kleb


, : The susceptibility of black currant cultivars to leaf spot caused by Pseudopeziza ribis Kleb. Acta Horticulturae (60): 205-213

Of the numerous cvs studied, Blacksmith was the least affected by P. ribis, followed by Amos Black, Baldwin, Cotswold Cross, Malvern Cross and Wellington XXX. The highest yields were obtained from Mendip Cross followed by Blacksmith and Malvern Cross. The results for all other cvs are tabulated.


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