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Coordination in breeding tomatoes for resistance to Cladosporium leaf mold



Coordination in breeding tomatoes for resistance to Cladosporium leaf mold



Plant Dis Reporter 40(7): 647-653



Red forcing tomatoes highly resistant to and immune from Cladosporium leaf mold (Cladosporium fulvum) have been produced. The resistant and immune ancestors in the pedigree of the Waltham tomatoes are primitive species of Lycopersicon native to the Andean region of western South America. Resistance to and immunity from Cladosporium leaf mold are dominant genetic characters.

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