Resistance to neck blast caused by Pyricularia oryzae in Italian rice cultivars

@article{Titone2014ResistanceTN,
  title={Resistance to neck blast caused by Pyricularia oryzae in Italian rice cultivars},
  author={P. Titone and G. Mongiano and L. Tamborini},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2014},
  volume={142},
  pages={49-59}
}
Very little information is available on neck blast resistance in Italian rice varieties under field conditions. In order to provide these data, 105 cultivars were tested under very favourable conditions for the disease development; the cultivars’ response to a single treatment of tricyclazole was also evaluated. Among tested varieties, 15 % showed resistance to the disease, 17 % moderate resistance, 30 % moderate susceptibility and 38 % susceptibility. Generally, recently developed cultivars… Expand

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