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Resistance of six varieties of tomato lycopersicon esculentum mill. to buckeye rot phytophthora nicotianae var parasitica






Centro Agricola 16(1): 66-73

Resistance of six varieties of tomato lycopersicon esculentum mill. to buckeye rot phytophthora nicotianae var parasitica

This paper was done in the Experimental Station "Juan Tomas Roig" in the Higher Institute of Agriculture, six varieties of tomato (Lycopersicum sculentum M.) were studied during the years (1981-1986). The testing in the field were done by means of differential characteristics between late blight and terrestrial mildew, according Weststeijn (1973). The results obtained in the five stages studied show that the most resistant was Rossol, although all the varieties were susceptibility to Buckeye rot. Better yields with the Roma VF-P/73 were obtained.


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