Cereal soilborne mosaic virus (CSBMV) in Italy was first detected in the Po Valley in 1960 and is now known bewidespread throughout most of the country, particularly in the northern and central regions. Thirty-four durum wheat cultivars were grown during 2006–07 in a field with SBCMV at Cadriano, near Bologna, and evaluated for resistance to CSBMV on the basis of symptom severity, DAS-ELISA readings, and agronomic performance. Seventeen of these cultivars had never been tested for CSBMV resistance.

Reaction of 34 durum wheat cultivars to cereal soilborne mosaic virus. Annual Wheat Newsletter

RUBIES AUTONELL, CONCEPCION;PISI, ANNAMARIA;RATTI, CLAUDIO;
2008

Abstract

Cereal soilborne mosaic virus (CSBMV) in Italy was first detected in the Po Valley in 1960 and is now known bewidespread throughout most of the country, particularly in the northern and central regions. Thirty-four durum wheat cultivars were grown during 2006–07 in a field with SBCMV at Cadriano, near Bologna, and evaluated for resistance to CSBMV on the basis of symptom severity, DAS-ELISA readings, and agronomic performance. Seventeen of these cultivars had never been tested for CSBMV resistance.
Rubies-Autonell C.; A. Pisi; C. Ratti; A. Sarti; V. Vallega
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