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Resistance of red raspberry rubus idaeus fruit and canes to botrytis cinerea



Resistance of red raspberry rubus idaeus fruit and canes to botrytis cinerea



Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 106(4): 423-426



Red raspberry (R. idaeus L.) cultivars ['Nootka', 'Skeena'] and selections with resistance to preharvest fruit rot, caused by B. cinerea Pers. ex. Fr., were identified in a year in which its incidence was much higher than usual in British Columbia [Canada]. Cultivars and selections with postharvest resistance were also identified. The correlation coefficients between preharvest and postharvest reactions were not particularly strong. Neither cane reactions to the organism nor fruit firmness were associated with fruit reactions.

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