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The susceptibility of fodder beet and wild species of beta to an erwinia sp from sugar beet beta vulgaris



The susceptibility of fodder beet and wild species of beta to an erwinia sp from sugar beet beta vulgaris



Plant Disease 66(8): 664-665



In greenhouse experiments, all fodder beet and fodder beet .times. sugar beet cultivars tested were susceptible to an Erwinia sp. that causes vascular necrosis and rot of sugar beet. Of the 6 wild species tested, collections from B. maritima, B. macrocarpa and B. corolliflora were susceptible to the sugar beet Erwinia sp.; B. patellaris, B. procumbens and B. webbiana were highly resistant. These data demonstrate the need for a comprehensive survey and a selection program for Erwinia resistance if these wild beets are to be used in a breeding program to improve quality and disease resistance in sugar beet.

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