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Characteristics of resistance to downy mildew in sunflower


, : Characteristics of resistance to downy mildew in sunflower. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 71(3): 89-92

In a study of >1600 varieties and hybrids from 48 countries during 1973-80 under natural field conditions in the Kuban' area and artificial laboratory conditions in Leningrad province, about 10% of forms were resistant to Plasmopara halstedii. The most promising sources of resistance were the Romanian line AD66 and the lines HA61, SMS HA113, HA124 and RHA271 from the USA.

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