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Selection of potato species more resistant to pests and immune to main potato diseases in collection



Selection of potato species more resistant to pests and immune to main potato diseases in collection



Biologija (4): 77-78



Potatoes were first cultivated in Lithuania in the 17th century. In the beginning they were grown on large estates, but by the 19th century they had become one of the most important food crops grown by ordinary farmers. By the beginning of the 20th century, potatoes made up 9% of all the crops planted. Much harm is done to potatoes by fungal, bacterial and viral infections. There is, however, not any strain with immunity to all known bacterial, fungal and viral infections.

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