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Eleven clones of Fragaria spp. were tested for resistance to the twospotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae Koch, at Dover, Fla.; Watsonville, Calif.; and Vancouver, Wash. Ten clones, which had been selected previously as being mite-resistant, had generally the same relative resistance when compared to susceptible `Totem' at all three of the widely separated locations. It appears that Fragaria clones selected for resistance to spider mites at one location likely will be resistant elsewhere, in spite of environmental differences.

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