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Resistance in field peas to Mycosphaerella pinodes influenced by infection rate



Resistance in field peas to Mycosphaerella pinodes influenced by infection rate



Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 3(2): 120



The rate of development of leaf infection by M. pinodes differed in the varieties Century, Trapper, Triumph and Tara.

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