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Pond pine clones vary in resistance to cronartium fusiformeAuthor(s): H. R. Powers; O. Gordon. Langdon
Source: Plant Disease Reporter
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionThree clones of pond pine, a species intermediate in resistance to fusiform rust, were evaluated for rust resistance in a field test, Significant differences in rust infection and height growth were observed. Selection for both rust resistance and rapid early growth is feasible in this species.
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CitationPowers, H. R.; Langdon, O. Gordon. 1977. Pond pine clones vary in resistance to cronartium fusiforme. Plant Disease Reporter. 61(11): 916-918.
Keywordssouthern pines, disease resistance
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