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Varietal differences in scab resistance and study of the nature of immunity in apples. Study of varietal susceptibility to scab in a collection of apples. (Vines and fruit crops.)



Varietal differences in scab resistance and study of the nature of immunity in apples. Study of varietal susceptibility to scab in a collection of apples. (Vines and fruit crops.)



Texts of papers at the IVth All-Union Conference on immunity in Agricultural Plants, Kisinev., 203-08



In a collection of 176 cultivars, only 9 proved highly resistant and 26 resistant; these are listed. Artificial infection of the highly resistant forms confirmed this classification; in a further collection of 100 cultivars, 6 were classed as having group resistance, three of them also having good agronomic qualities; they were Bessemjanka micurinskaja, Vappala and Kal'vil' letnij Fraasa.

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