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The injection method for producing conditions of artificial infection with Puccinia recondita

, : The injection method for producing conditions of artificial infection with Puccinia recondita. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo, USSR (2): 23-24

Six wheat varieties were infected during 1977-78 by injecting a spore suspension into the stem two weeks before heading. The highest percentage of infected plants was found in Ukrainka 246 (wheat from the Ukraine 246) and Mironovka 10.


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