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Studies susceptibility of peas and field peas cultivars to Ascochyta pinodes



Studies susceptibility of peas and field peas cultivars to Ascochyta pinodes



Acta Agrobotanica 43(1-2): 131-140, 1990



The aim of the work was to find plants resistant to Ascochyta pinodes causing leaf and pod spot-pot of peas and field peas. Forty five cultivars of peas and field peas and 6 breeding materials were tested in the field in the period 1975-1979 on artificially inoculated field plots. Cultivars: Bartel, Birte, Bodil, Borek, Jubilat, Karo, Meteor, Rondo and Zolty Pomorski were to found be less susceptible. In laboratory and greenhouse conditions pea and field pea cultivars were examined for susceptibility, to pathotypes 3 and 5 of Ascochyta pinodes. The results obtained proved that cultivars: Bartel, Birte, Bodil, Borek, Jubilat, Karo. Meteor, Rondo and Zolty Pomorski to be less susceptible to two pathotypes of Ascochyta pinodes.

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