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The resistance of potato varieties of the world assortment to common scab streptomyces scabies

The resistance of potato varieties of the world assortment to common scab streptomyces scabies

Sbornik UVTI (Ustav Vedeckotechnickych Informaci) Ochrana Rostlin 11(3): 195-204

In a 4-yr study the resistance of 684 varieties was evaluated. The level of resistance was expressed in degrees of a 9-point scale. Only a small number of varieties (1.3%) was characterized by high relative resistance (degree 8); 4.6% showed high susceptibility to scab (degrees 1 and 2). The largest groups of varieties were found at the 4th (21.6%), 5th (24.4%) and 6th (28.7%) degrees.

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