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Horticultural resistance breeding and its possibilities



Horticultural resistance breeding and its possibilities



Agrartudomanyi Kozlemenyek 40(1): 119-135



In a general survey of Hungarian work, it is noted that gamma -ray mutagenesis has given rise to apricots ripening 1-4 weeks later than the initial variety and showing greater drought tolerance, greater resistance to fungal diseases and to sudden death and better transportability. They also flower later and hence escape late frosts.

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