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Relative susceptibility of spinach plant introduction accessions to curly top


, : Relative susceptibility of spinach plant introduction accessions to curly top. HortScience 9(6): 600-601

In glasshouse tests of 185 accessions against curly top virus possible resistance was observed in 4 that gave single symptomless plants, in 3 that survived long enough to give some nonviable seed, and in 56 that gave dwarf green plants with delayed symptoms and death. In field trials of 178 accessions, 13 gave 1 symptomless pistillate plant each, 1 gave a single tolerant pistillate plant and 1 gave 11 symptomless pistillate plants.

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