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The epidemiology of Septoria tritici and S. nodorum. III. The reaction of spring and winter wheat varieties to infection by Septoria tritici and S. nodorum



The epidemiology of Septoria tritici and S. nodorum. III. The reaction of spring and winter wheat varieties to infection by Septoria tritici and S. nodorum



Trans. Brit, mycol. Soc, 56: Pt. 1, 121-35



Eleven spring and five winter Triticum aestivum varieties were screened in two field trials for reaction to 5. nodorum and S. tritici at flowering and at the milky ripe stage. Both spring and winter varieties were included in trial 1 but only spring varieties selected on the basis of their resistance to infection in trial 2. Leonardo showed the lowest susceptibility to S. nodorum at both growth stages and to S. tritici when inoculated at the milky ripe stage.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0007-1536(71)80116-x



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