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Variability in chickpea wilt isolates

Variability in chickpea wilt isolates

Karnataka Journal of Agricultural Sciences 15(2): 389-390

The virulence of four isolates of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. ciceris (Amaravati, Foc-1; Akola, Foc-2; Buldhana, Foc-3; and Nagpur, Foc-4) were tested under laboratory conditions. Fourteen-day-old seedlings of different chickpea cultivars, JG-62, Chaffa (susceptible), AKG-46 (tolerant) and ICCV-2, ICCV-10 and Warangal as (resistant) were grown on sterilized river bed sand. The seedlings were transferred in test tubes filled with inoculum.

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