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Breeding maize for resistance to the most important leaf and stem diseases in current breeding programmes






Semenarstvo 7(2): 57-72

Breeding maize for resistance to the most important leaf and stem diseases in current breeding programmes

A Yugoslav programme of breeding for resistance to such pathogens as Fusarium graminearum Helminthosporium turcicum and Colletotrichum graminicola is outlined. The resistance of inbred lines and hybrids to the main diseases was tested. Tabular data are presented on the resistance of lines to inoculation with the 3 above-named pathogens, and on the resistance of hybrids to a natural stalk rot population at Pitomaca.


Accession: 001767740



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