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Inhibition of Botrytis fabae in the phyllosphere of Vicia faba leaves

Inhibition of Botrytis fabae in the phyllosphere of Vicia faba leaves

FABIS Newsletter, Faba Bean Information Service, ICARDA (16): 41-44

Washings from leaflets of the resistant faba bean lines BPL 1179 and 710 significantly suppressed spore germination and germtube elongation of B. fabae, compared with those from leaflets of the susceptible line R-40.

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