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Exploitation of host-plant resistance in the management of ascochyta blight and other diseases of chickpeas



Exploitation of host-plant resistance in the management of ascochyta blight and other diseases of chickpeas



Faba beans, kabuli chickpeas, and lentils in the 1980s: 139-151



Screening trials during the last 4 yr have led to the availability of lines of Cicer arietinum with resistance to Ascochyta rabiei but enormous variability is present in the virulence structure of the pathogen. Work on the use of fungicides in blight control showed their potential for seed dressings and as foliar sprays in combination with tolerant cultivars, especially those with low pod resistance.

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