Low crown rust resistance in Norwegian material of Lolium perenne and × Festulolium

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  • L. Østrem, The Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research
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  • T. Asp
  • M. Ghesquière, Le Chêne
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  • Y. Sanada, NARO Hitsujigaoka
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  • O. A. Rognli, Universitetet for miljo- og biovitenskap

Norwegian cultivars and breeding materials of perennial ryegrass and Festulolium were planted at three locations in Denmark, France and Japan for testing of resistance against leaf diseases. In general, all plant materials were susceptible to crown rust. The highest incidence of rust attack occurred at the French site, which due to its climatic conditions might be the most suitable testing site for future scoring of similar plant material. Entries based on introgressed genetic materials from UK were most resistant towards crown rust. Crown rust resistance needs increased focus as a breeding objective in the Nordic region due to climate changes, which will most likely lead to increased infection of leaf diseases.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelBreeding Grasses and Protein Crops in the Era of Genomics
Antal sider5
ForlagSpringer
Udgivelsesår25 apr. 2018
Sider145-149
ISBN (trykt)9783319895772
ISBN (Elektronisk)9783319895789
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 25 apr. 2018

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