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Resistance of potato varieties to Erwinia atroseptica in relation to the virulence of the bacteria isolated from these varieties



Resistance of potato varieties to Erwinia atroseptica in relation to the virulence of the bacteria isolated from these varieties



Sostoyanie i perspektivy razvitiya nauch issled po predotvrashcheniyu rezistentnosti u vreditelei i vozbuditelei boleznei k pestitsidam i razrab effektivn mer bor' by s bakterial' n boleznyami rast Tez dokl na 4 m Vses soveshch, Erevan, 1980: 64-66



The percentage of infected plants was 30% in Stolovyi 19 and 1.3-3.8% in the other three varieties studied under natural conditions. In laboratory tests with strains G400, P491, S78 and D822, isolated from Gatchina, Priekul'skii Rannii Stolovyi 19 and Detskosel'skoe, respectively, the most susceptible variety was Stolovyi 19 and the most resistant Gatchina.

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