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Laboratory evaluation of pink root and fusarium basal rot resistance in garlic allium sativum

Laboratory evaluation of pink root and fusarium basal rot resistance in garlic allium sativum

Plant Disease 70(7): 670-672

Laboratory methods for screening pink root (Pyrenochaeta terrestris) resistance and Fusarium basal rot (Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cepae) in onion were applied to garlic (Allium sativum). Seven clones of diverse origin were screened, and evidence of resistance was observed. Symptoms of both diseases were least severe in PI 493112 (from Poland) and PI 493106 (from Austria). PI 493118 (from Poland) was pink root-resistant but Fusarium-susceptible. Phenotypic variation between and within the clones tested suggests the possibility for resistance selection in garlic.

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