A New Testing Approach for Breeding Peas Resistant to Common Root Rot Caused by Aphanomyces euteiches Drechs.1

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Received for publication November 20, 1975. Journal Series No. 9350, Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.

Graduate Student, Professor (department of Horticultural Science and Landscape Architecture) and Professor (Plant Pathology) respectively. The writers wish to express their sincere appreciation to Thor Kommedahl and Craig R. Grau, Professor and Research Assistant in Plant Pathology, respectively, for their assistance in isolation and identification of Root Rot Complex pathogens during the summer of 1972.

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