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Systems of breeding techniques for using the immunity of potatoes to virus Y


, : Systems of breeding techniques for using the immunity of potatoes to virus Y. Vedecke Prace Vyzkumny a Slechtitelsky Ustav Bramborarsky v Havlickove Brode (11): 69-81

Three techniques used in breeding for resistance to potato Y potyvirus (PYV) were compared. A technique involving mechanical inoculation of seedlings and inoculation by stem grafting in the B clone generation is recommended when there are enough seeds because it saves glasshouse and field area and requires less resistance testing.

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