M. L. Baerecke

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1. An introductory historical survey of the breeding for late blight resistance is given. 2. The results of the investigation on specialization problems and on methods of selection for resistance for the interval of 1936–1945 (Müncheberg/ Mark) and 1947–1948 (Voldagsen/Hann.) are discussed. 3. The assortment of commercial varieties must be divided into two(More)
Salnples were collected at random from the bin before and after treatment. The samples were stored at 60 ~ F. for 37 days. Sprout growth was satisfactorily inhibited (F igu re 2) . Potatoes were delivered in acceptable condition the first week of July. For the inst i tut ional trade, the peeling performance or culinary quality of these potatoes lnade theln(More)
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