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Analysis of the field resistance of black currant to American gooseberry mildew by estimation of the combining ability of varieties Hybrid of Ribes nigrum with Ribes dikuscha, and the hybrid of Ribes nigrum with Ribes pauciflora, Sphaerotheca mors-uvae






Soviet genetics(pub 1982) 17(11): 1314-1318

Analysis of the field resistance of black currant to American gooseberry mildew by estimation of the combining ability of varieties Hybrid of Ribes nigrum with Ribes dikuscha, and the hybrid of Ribes nigrum with Ribes pauciflora, Sphaerotheca mors-uvae



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