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Host-pathogen variability for Fusarium-caused root rot in red clover

Host-pathogen variability for Fusarium-caused root rot in red clover

Crop Science 20(6): 787-789

Progenies for diallel crosses were evaluated for reaction to F. roseum isolates (1 of F. roseum avenaceum and 3 of F. roseum acuminatum. General combining ability effects were significant for length of rotted root after inoculation. Other genetic effects were not significant. Root rot tended to be more severe in plants with large than in those with small root diam.

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