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The resistance of Bean varieties to bacterioses in Georgia


, : The resistance of Bean varieties to bacterioses in Georgia. Zashch. Rast., Moscow. 4: 2, 51 p

Among bacterioses widely disseminated in the Georgian S.S.R., beans suffer the greatest damage (at times 100%) from B phaseoli and B. medicaginis var. phaseolicola. Incidence depends on vars. and weather conditions. Low temp. and sufficient atmospheric humidity favour the development of X. phaseoli. The author reports from the Georgian State Selection Station that 406 bean vars. and hybrids were examined for bacterioses, and of these 291 were susceptible.

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