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The copper content, copper requirement, and assimilation capacity for copper of different varieties of Oats as a basis for the breeding of varieties resistant to the reclamation disease

The copper content, copper requirement, and assimilation capacity for copper of different varieties of Oats as a basis for the breeding of varieties resistant to the reclamation disease

Z. PflKrankh 47(11): 545-560

The author tested 231 varieties of oats at the Bonn Phytopathological Institute, Germany, in order to establish their resistance to the reclamation disease and found a group of early ripening black moor oats, grown on copper-deficient soils in the north-west of Europe, to be specially resistant.

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