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Resistance in chick peas cicer arietinum to ascochyta rabiei



Resistance in chick peas cicer arietinum to ascochyta rabiei



Plant Disease 65(7): 586-587



A technique for large-scale screening of chickpeas for resistance to Ascochyta blight involves interplanting a susceptible spreader line, scattering infected debris between rows, spraying with spores from infected plants and providing high humidity by sprinkler irrigation. By this screening method, in 2-3 seasons, 21 lines and 36 progenies in F4 to F7 were identified as resistant among 9385 genotypes involving germ plasm lines and segregating populations. Four lines were resistant in 3 Mediterranean countries. Three accessions, one each of the wild species of C. pinnatifidum, C. montbretti and C. judaicum, were highly resistant.

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