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Barley yellow dwarf luteovirus in winter barley and winter wheat in Austria: susceptibility differences of varieties


, : Barley yellow dwarf luteovirus in winter barley and winter wheat in Austria: susceptibility differences of varieties. Jahrbuch Bundesanstalt fur Pflanzenbau 1991: 259-267

On the basis of a study of the incidence of the virus in eastern Austria since 1989, it is reported that losses in yield have amounted to as much as 80% in wheat and 30-40% in barley. The wheats Agron, Karat and Perlo appeared more resistant than Expert and Livius, with Amadeus, Ferdinand, Capo, Extrem and Martin being intermediate.

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