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Bacterial rot of sugarbeet: Problem and solution

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Milton N. Schroth , Plant Pathology
Elvin D. Whitney, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Sherman V. Thomson, Utah State University
Robert T. Lewellen, USDA
F. Jackson Hills, U.C. Davis

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California Agriculture 33(7):9-9.

Published July 01, 1979

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Bacterial rot has become a major problem in sugarbeets with widespread use of the new virus yellows-resistant varieties, US H9, and US H10. Now, researchers have come up with a new line that is not only yellows-resistant but also resistant to the bacterium, Erwinia betavasulorum.

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Bacterial rot of sugarbeet: Problem and solution

Milton N. Schroth, Elvin D. Whitney, Sherman V. Thomson, Robert T. Lewellen, F. Jackson Hills
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Bacterial rot of sugarbeet: Problem and solution

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

Milton N. Schroth , Plant Pathology
Elvin D. Whitney, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Sherman V. Thomson, Utah State University
Robert T. Lewellen, USDA
F. Jackson Hills, U.C. Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 33(7):9-9.

Published July 01, 1979

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Bacterial rot has become a major problem in sugarbeets with widespread use of the new virus yellows-resistant varieties, US H9, and US H10. Now, researchers have come up with a new line that is not only yellows-resistant but also resistant to the bacterium, Erwinia betavasulorum.

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