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V. inaequalis (Cooke) Aderh. II. On the breeding of scab-resistant varieties of apple



V. inaequalis (Cooke) Aderh. II. On the breeding of scab-resistant varieties of apple



Zuchter 6: 288-94



At present no variety of apple is known that possesses under all conditions a complete or even satisfactory resistance to scab. There are, however, species of Malus which are resistant and cross-breeding appears to be the most likely means of producing scab-resistant varieties. The first necessity is a suitable and certain method of infection. The authors made use of two different infection methods, which are described, one for mass treatment, the other for individual plants.

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