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Studies on the disease resistance of tobacco varieties and breeding lines to black shank, bacterial wilt, TMV, powdery mildew and brown spot

Studies on the disease resistance of tobacco varieties and breeding lines to black shank, bacterial wilt, TMV, powdery mildew and brown spot

Tob Res, S Korea (1): 39-50

Fifty-eight varieties and lines were screened for resistance to several diseases. Varieties with resistance to Phytophthora nicotianae were Beinhardt 1000-1, Speight G33, McNair 135 and Va115; these last two varieties, together with Oxford 26, were also resistant to Pseudomonas solanacearum.

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