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Corn varietal resistance or tolerance to witchweed (Striga asiatica)

Corn varietal resistance or tolerance to witchweed (Striga asiatica)

Proceedings 34th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 41

Among the maize vars. screened for their response to Striga asiatica, 43 supported only up to 5 plants, while 17 supported many plants without marked adverse effects on yield.

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