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Differential behavior of chickpea lines towards some Italian isolates of Ascochyta rabiei



Differential behavior of chickpea lines towards some Italian isolates of Ascochyta rabiei



International Chickpea Newsletter (12): 22-23



Ten-day-old plants of 18 Cicer arietinum ICARDA lines and 3 Italian land races were inoculated in a greenhouse with 6 isolates from different regions of Italy. Line ILC191 was resistant to most isolates while all other lines were resistant to only 1 or 2 isolates.

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