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Studies on characteristic of some Japonica varieties resistance to rice blast


Progress of research on plant protection in China Proceedings of the third national conference of integrated pest management, Beijing, China, 12-15 November 1996: 170-173
Studies on characteristic of some Japonica varieties resistance to rice blast
Japonica type rice varieties (47) and their resistant parents from the plain of the Taihu lakeside in Zhejiang province, China, were introduced along with 63 isolations from Zhejiang to 7 Japanese differential strains of Pyricularia grisea The results indicated that Bing93-390, Bing93-97, Bing91-17, Bing89-111 and others, had a broad spectrum of resistance with R+M%>95%.

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