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Testing potato varieties for scab resistance 1939



Testing potato varieties for scab resistance 1939



Mitt. Landw, 55: 9-11



An account of the most promising varieties undergoing tests for scab resistance in Germany. Carnea may be regarded as practically immune and Akebia as fairly resistant. Other promising varieties were: Kamecke's 15/23, Knehden Nos 2106 and 874, Lochow 31/201, Pfetten 39/39 and Nordost 38/31/6, the last named being in addition an early variety and therefore of considerable interest.

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