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The field susceptibility of potato varieties to blackleg caused by erwinia carotovora ssp atroseptica



The field susceptibility of potato varieties to blackleg caused by erwinia carotovora ssp atroseptica



Journal of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany 17(1): 107-116



Stab-inoculation of seed tubers with bacteria before planting was evaluated over two years as a method for assessing the field susceptibility of twelve potato varieties to blackleg. In one year vacuum infiltration of seed tubers was included as an alternative method. The results indicated that using, stab-inoculation, it should be possible from one plant growth and disease symptom assessment in June and an estimate of final yield, all done over several seasons, to determine the field susceptibility of varieties to blackleg with some confidence.

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