Sources of resistance to Fusarium wilt of chickpea in Sudan

  title={Sources of resistance to Fusarium wilt of chickpea in Sudan},
  author={Mohamed Elfatih K. Ali and Shinobu Inanaga and Yukihiro Sugimoto},
A total of 330 chickpea genotypes were screened for resistance to Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris in a wilt-infected plot at Hudeiba Research Station, Ed-Damer, Sudan. The released kabuli cv. Shendi (NEC 2491/ILC 1335) and Jebel Marra-1 (ILC 915), and the widely-grown kabuli cv. Baladi were highly susceptible to Fusarium wilt. Conversely, kabuli cv. ICCV 2 and UC 15, and desi genotypes FLIP 85-20C, FLIP 85- 29C and FLIP 85-30C were highly resistant to the disease with… CONTINUE READING

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