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New blast-resistant cultures from India


International Rice Research Newsletter 7(6): 6
New blast-resistant cultures from India
TM8089, TM8090 and TM8091, which are single-plant rice selections from high-yielding but blast-susceptible TKM9, gave higher yields than TKM9 (3.8, 3.7 and 4.1 t/ha, respectively, vs. 3.4) and were markedly more resistant to Pyricularia oryzae in trials during 1981-82.

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