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Spring barley accessions with dual spot blotch and net blotch resistance



Spring barley accessions with dual spot blotch and net blotch resistance



Canadian Journal Of Plant Pathology: 4, 534-542



Spot blotch and net blotch are common foliar diseases of barley in the upper midwestern United States and are capable of causing significant reductions in both the yield and quality of the crop. Currently, there are no cultivars grown in the region that possess high levels of resistance to net blotch, and recent evidence suggests that the durable spot blotch resistance present in six-row malting types may be vulnerable to virulent isolates of <i>Cochliobolus sativus</i>.

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DOI: 10.1080/07060660809507553


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