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Beet. Resistance. Rhizomania

Jaarverslag 1987, Stichting voor Plantenveredeling SVP: ; 61-62, 117-118

Beet. Resistance. Rhizomania

In studies of rhizomania resistance involving examination of wild and cultivated material for presence of Pleospora betae and beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV), some yellows-tolerant material from Salinas, USA, had BNYVV contents similar to or lower than those of the partially resistant standard Rizor.

Accession: 001535397

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