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Resistance of garlic (Allium sativum) to the phytopathogenic fungus Helminthosporium allii (Camp.)

Resistance of garlic (Allium sativum) to the phytopathogenic fungus Helminthosporium allii (Camp.)

Nauchni Trudove, Vissh Selskostopanski Institut V Kolarov 24(3): 133-136

All the varieties, populations and lines evaluated in laboratory and field experiments in Bulgaria during 1974-7 showed some susceptibility. The most resistant were those with red scales, including Petrovski, Chekhski and Tien-Shan.

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