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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: DETERMINING PHYTOPHTHORA RESISTANCE IN ELITE PARADOX CLONES AND SPECIFIC ETIOLOGY OF A PARADOX CROWNE AND ROOT ROT

Author
item Browne, Greg
item Hackett, W
item Krueger, W
item Connell, J
item Olsen, B
item Lampinen, B
item Mclaughlin, S
item Lee, R
item Potter, D
item Grant, J
item Mcgranahan, G
item Leslie, C
item Bujazha, D

Submitted to: Walnut Research Conference
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: 12/1/2005
Publication Date: 1/1/2005
Citation: Browne, G.T., Hackett, W., Krueger, W., Connell, J., Olsen, B., Lampinen, B., Mclaughlin, S., Lee, R., Potter, D., Grant, J., Mcgranahan, G., Leslie, C., Bujazha, D. 2005. Determining phytophthora resistance in elite paradox clones and specific etiology of a paradox crowne and root rot. Walnut Research Conference.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: There has been continued interest in comprehensive evaluation of Paradox hybrids for resistance to Phytophthora spp. and other desirable traits. Paradox has proven more resistant than Northern California black or English seedling rootstocks to most Phythophthora spp. Although Chinese wingnut is the only walnut family relative known to tolerate P. cinnamomi, it is not graft compatible with all English walnut cultivars and has other potential limitations (i.e., suckering, unknown yield efficiency). Paradox hybrids available from commercial nurseries are diverse, involving crosses between J. regia and one or more species of black walnut and the results of greenhouse experiments suggested that the diversity among Paradox hybrids may include important variation in resistance to P. citricola.

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