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Influence of plant age, disease incubation time, and host plant resistance on Verticillium wilt symptom expression in lucerne (Medicago sativa)



Influence of plant age, disease incubation time, and host plant resistance on Verticillium wilt symptom expression in lucerne (Medicago sativa)



Euphytica 69(1/2): 123-128



The most economical way to control Verticillium wilt in lucerne, caused by Verticillium albo-atrum, is through resistant cultivars. Most Verticillium wilt resistance evaluations use some form of root-cut-soak inoculation procedure. In trial 1, three lucerne cultivars were inoculated at eight plant ages and plant symptoms were scored at ten successive weekly intervals. Trial 2 consisted of two cultivars inoculated at ten plant ages and symptoms were evaluated at eight weekly intervals.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00021735


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