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Varietal differences in Fusarium damage in sweet potato and the circumstances of disease transmission



Varietal differences in Fusarium damage in sweet potato and the circumstances of disease transmission



Journal of the Central Agricultural Experimental Station Noji Shikenjo Kenkyu Hokoku (30): 97-120



Over 100 cultivars were tested for resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. batatas by inoculation of sprout cuttings with a bud cell suspension before planting, and were classified into five categories according to the percentage lethality. When plants of some of the cultivars were grown in artificially infested soil, only those classified as highly susceptible (80-100% lethality in sprout inoculation test) or slightly susceptible (60-80%) became diseased.

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