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Testing of Potato varieties for resistance to common Potato scab (Actlnomyces scab)



Testing of Potato varieties for resistance to common Potato scab (Actlnomyces scab)



Nach-richtenbl. Deutsch. Pflunzenschutzdienst, 10: 2, 11 p



The following results were obtained in the official German tests (1929) for the reaction of a number of commercial potato varieties to common scab (Actinomyces). (1) Resistant: Erdgold, Ragis Zehn, Rotkaragis, and Wotan. (2) Less resistant: Deodara, Gelkaragis, Lutzow, and Max Delbruck. (3) Fairly susceptible: Gratiola, Gustav Adolf, Hutten, Paul Wagner, and Wekaragis. (4) Highly susceptible: Berggeist, Berggluck, Blaupunkt, Cepa, Franz, Gamma, Jupiter, Korund, Preussen, Roland I, Roon, Schenkendorf, Schles. Klossel, Sickingen, Starkereiche, U 9, and Winterragis.

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