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Screening of cultivars of lentil for resistance to rust






Lens 15(2): 28-29

Screening of cultivars of lentil for resistance to rust

Under natural infection 138 cultivars of Lens culinaris were screened against Uromyces fabae at Ludhiana and Gurdaspur, India. LG nos. 13, 41, 60, 103, 108, 112 and 120; Pant L406 and Pant L639; and LL nos. 19, 30, 56, 72 and 78 were resistant at both locations.


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