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Evaluation of wild red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) ecotypes and hybrid populations (Trifolium pratense L. x Trifolium diffusum Ehrh.) for clover rot resistance (Sclerotinia trifoliorum Erikss.)



Evaluation of wild red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) ecotypes and hybrid populations (Trifolium pratense L. x Trifolium diffusum Ehrh.) for clover rot resistance (Sclerotinia trifoliorum Erikss.)



Biologija (3): 54-58



Forage grass breeders are intensively searching for qualitatively novel initial breeding material, more attention is being paid to wild ecotypes' phenomenon of polymorphism within the species, and the application of interspecific hybridization is becoming increasingly widespread.

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