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Evaluation on resistance of a new cotton strain 86-6 to Verticillium dahliae

, : Evaluation on resistance of a new cotton strain 86-6 to Verticillium dahliae. Plant Protection 21(6): 31

A new cotton strain 86-6 was derived from the cross of 86-4xZhong 12 by selection for many years in a nursery of cotton with mixed infection of Fusarium and Verticillium wilt. During 1991-93, the resistance was evaluated in field experiments in Xinxiang, Henan and Beijing, China. The mean morbidity of 86-6 was 39.6% and the disease index 16.09, whilst for Zhong 12 it was 51.6% and 23.93, respectively.


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