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Downy mildew on spinach: A second race of fungus has been found on Califlay variety in the coastal valley area of California

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Paul G. Smith, University of California
R. E. Webb, U. S. Department of Agriculture
Archie M. Millett, University of California
Carl H. Luhn, University of California

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California Agriculture 15(10):5-5.

Published October 01, 1961

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For many years downy mildew—blue mold—on spinach has caused serious losses to growers and processors wherever spinach is grown. In a search for resistance, two primitive weedy spinach strains from Iran were found to be completely immune to the disease.

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Downy mildew on spinach: A second race of fungus has been found on Califlay variety in the coastal valley area of California

Paul G. Smith, R. E. Webb, Archie M. Millett, Carl H. Luhn
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Downy mildew on spinach: A second race of fungus has been found on Califlay variety in the coastal valley area of California

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Authors

Paul G. Smith, University of California
R. E. Webb, U. S. Department of Agriculture
Archie M. Millett, University of California
Carl H. Luhn, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 15(10):5-5.

Published October 01, 1961

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

For many years downy mildew—blue mold—on spinach has caused serious losses to growers and processors wherever spinach is grown. In a search for resistance, two primitive weedy spinach strains from Iran were found to be completely immune to the disease.

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