Tolerance of cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) and Savoy cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. sabauda) to clubroot (Plasmodiophora brassicae)

Horal, J.; Horalova, J.; Rod, J.

Bulletin, Vyzkumny a Slechtitelsky Ustav Zelinarsky Olomouc 31: 19-25

1987


Accession: 001989238

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Abstract
Among 18 varieties of Savoy cabbage and 28 cabbage varieties tested in the field under artificial infection, only 11.4% of Savoy cabbage plants showed resistance and there were no marked intervarietal differences, but 86.4% of heads reached marketable quality, while the cabbages included some varieties with high resistance, viz. Bohmerwaldkohl, Bindsachsener, Krimicke line 1/3 and Oregon lines 100, 123 and 140. The cabbage Grandslam F1 showed a high degree of tolerance; although only 4.2% of its plants were without symptoms of infection, all plants produced marketable heads and none died during growth.