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- Wolfenbarger, S. N.; Eck, E. B.; Ocamb, C. M.; Probst, C.; Nelson, M. E.; Grove, G. G.; Gent, D. H.
- Plant disease 2014 v.98 no.6 pp. 852
- Humulus lupulus, etc ; Podosphaera; breeding; cleistothecia; conidia; crop damage; cultivars; cultural control; disease control; disease outbreaks; fungicides; genes; greenhouses; leaves; new variety; pathogens; pedigree; planting; powdery mildew; rhizomes; virulent strains; winter; Oregon; Washington (state); Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Resistant cultivars of hop (Humulus lupulus) have been grown, with the aim of helping to manage powdery mildew in the Pacific Northwest since the first report of the disease in the field in 1997 (4). A major objective of many breeding programs is development of resistance to powdery mildew, and this has generally been achieved by single resistance genes (qualitative resistance). One such gene, R6 ...