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Screening for resistance to ring rot (Corynebacterium michiganense pv. sepedonicum) in potatoes

Screening for resistance to ring rot (Corynebacterium michiganense pv. sepedonicum) in potatoes

Vaxtskyddsnotiser 51(2): 47-55

In tests performed in Sweden over several years from 1969, seed potatoes of c. 150 cultivars were inoculated with the bacterium (Clavibacter michiganensis pv. sepedonicus) and then grown outdoors under normal field conditions. Harvested tubers were stored for at least 6-7 months before being sliced longitudinally and examined visually. Ring rot attack in the reference Bintje varied greatly between years.

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