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A method of testing a spinach plant both for resistance to Peronospora spinaciae (downy mildew) and for tolerance of cucumber virus 1 (mosaic)


, : A method of testing a spinach plant both for resistance to Peronospora spinaciae (downy mildew) and for tolerance of cucumber virus 1 (mosaic). Zaadbelangen 27(12): 238-239

Of tests in which seedlings were inoculated with the two pathogens successively or simultaneously, simultaneous inoculation proved quicker and more reliable.

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