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Testing of the resistance of potato tubers against the causative agent of common potato scab streptomyces scabies a comparison



Testing of the resistance of potato tubers against the causative agent of common potato scab streptomyces scabies a comparison



Potato Research 21(2): 113-119



Methods of evaluating potato scab, used in the Federal Republic, West Germany, in Austria and Switzerland are compared. The results, using entirely dissimilar judgment scales agree quite well. All testing methods depended on grading the degree of infestation by some numbering system, judging by the black spots or areas on the potatoes.

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