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  1. Vol. 9 No. 6, p. 845-846
     
    Received: Apr 24, 1969


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doi:10.2135/cropsci1969.0011183X000900060059x

Dry Inoculum for Inoculating Alfalfa with Colletotrichum Trifolii1

  1. T. A. Campbell,
  2. S. A. Ostazeski and
  3. C. H. Hanson2

Abstract

Abstract

Production and use of a dry anthracnose inoculum, which is as virulent and effective as wet inoculum, is described. Advantages are ease of storage, shipping, handling, and application; long shelf life; stability of culture; and low cost. Neither specialists nor specialized facilities are needed for production of inoculum or maintenance of virulent cultures. Dry inoculum is suited for screening large populations to isolate resistance.

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