Some observations on breeding for resistance toPhytophthora infestans View Full Text


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DATE

1959-12

AUTHORS

D. E. Van Der Zaag

ABSTRACT

Epidemics of blight start and develop mainly in highly susceptible varieties. It is assumed that if, in a certain region, only varieties were grown which had a resistance rating of 7 or more, blight would present no problem at all. Breeding work should therefore, be concentrated on the replacement of very susceptible varieties with new ones having the mentioned level of resistance. However, it seems very difficult to combine earliness and a reasonable degree of leaf resistance. Some preliminary experiments are made on field resistance of the foliage. This resistance can be split up into at least 3 components, which vary widely and to all appearance, independently of each other. Further studies of the field resistance of the foliage as well as of the tubers would enable breeders to make a well-founded choice of parent varieties to be used in their crosses. Should it be possible to combine earliness and resistance, potato breeders would have made a valuable contribution towards preventing the development of blight epidemics. More... »

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278-286

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02364589

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