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Resistance of sweet sorghum cultivars and lines to maize dwarf mosaic in Kentucky, Ohio and Mississippi



Resistance of sweet sorghum cultivars and lines to maize dwarf mosaic in Kentucky, Ohio and Mississippi



Plant Disease 65(3): 241-242



The lines MN 960, Mer. 75-6, Mer. 76-1, Mer. 77-2 and Mer. 77-7 showed good levels of resistance to maize dwarf mosaic virus in the field over 10 yr when susceptible, control cvs. had >90% infection. However, when MN 960 was inoculated mechanically in the glasshouse with 5 strs. of sugarcane mosaic virus, 70% of inoculated plants became infected. The 4 Mer. lines are all unreleased breeding lines with Brandes as one common parent.

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