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Evaluation of response of different soybean cultivars to soybean mosaic virus infection

Evaluation of response of different soybean cultivars to soybean mosaic virus infection

Agricultural Research Review 1987; 63(2): 145-153

All tested soyabean cultivars (Harosoy, Clark, Clark 63, Kaland, Cutler, Williams, Colombus, Woodworth and Bonus) proved susceptible to SMV to different degrees. The infection reduced plant height, number of pods, yield and seed viability by 8, 3, 18 and 17%, respectively, while increasing the number of branches by 28% and the dry wt. by 20%, at both planting dates.

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