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Leaf resistance of some apple cultivars to apple scab venturia inaequalis



Leaf resistance of some apple cultivars to apple scab venturia inaequalis



Zastita Bilja 27(135): 93-98



Four 7 yr old apple trees, grown on wild apple trees of the palmate form were studied. Highly resistant cultivars were 'James Grieve', 'Merton Worcester', 'Priol delicious', 'Red Melba', and 'Wright'. Resistant cultivars included 'Idared', 'Jonathan' and 'Red Jonathan'. Low susceptibility was shown by 'Jonadel', 'Kassel Great', 'Lody', 'Mantet', 'Melrose', 'Stark Earliest' and 'Willrose'. 'Holiday', 'Ruby' and 'Starkrimson' were moderately susceptible. 'McIntosh', 'Red delicious', 'Red gold' and 'Golden delicious' showed high susceptibility.

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