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Virus-resistant material evaluated


, : Virus-resistant material evaluated. CIP Circular, International Potato Center 12(1): 6-7

In the potato programme of the Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria, Argentina, 1960 genotypes, including 29 tuber families received in 1983 and 184 clones retained from introductions made in 1980, 1981 and 1982, were planted in February 1983 and harvested after 125 days. Heavily infected PLRV (potato leaf roll virus) and PVY (potato virus Y) infector rows were interplanted as a source of inoculum.

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