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Reaction of a group of sugarcane varieties to Helminthosporium disease in the Ariguanabo region, Cuba


, : Reaction of a group of sugarcane varieties to Helminthosporium disease in the Ariguanabo region, Cuba. Ciencias, Habana, 11 (7): 13

Of 17 vars. screened under natural conditions against H. sacchari the most resistant was P.R. 980. Less resistant were C.236-51, Co.421, My.53174 and My.5465.

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