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Identification of resistance to okra mosaic virus in locally-grown okra cultivars






Annals of Applied Biology 102(Suppl. Tests of Agrochemicals and Cultivars, 4): 132-133

Identification of resistance to okra mosaic virus in locally-grown okra cultivars

Of 14 varieties of Abelmoschus esculentus tested, several showed no significant differences in yield between inoculated and uninoculated plants.


Accession: 001086650



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