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Effect of concentration of inoculum of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. albedinis and of the method of inoculating in vitro date palm plantlets in the greenhouse on the evaluation of their resistance to bayoud






Al Awamia ( 88): 111-122

Effect of concentration of inoculum of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. albedinis and of the method of inoculating in vitro date palm plantlets in the greenhouse on the evaluation of their resistance to bayoud

A study was made of the experimental conditions appropriate for testing the resistance of date palm plantlets to F. o. f.sp. albedinis. A comparison of the virulence of 5 isolates of the pathogen to the progeny of crosses made between 2 susceptible and 2 resistant parent plants, respectively, enabled the most virulent isolate to be selected for further tests.


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