SW44 nondormant alfalfa with stem nematode resistance released to plant breeders
AuthorsW. F. Lehman
E. H. Stanford
F. V. Lieberman
W. E. Bendixen
W. H. Isom
V. L. Marble
Authors AffiliationsW. F. Lehman is Associate Agronomist, University of California, Imperial Valley Field Station, El Centro; E. H. Stanford is Agronomist U. C., Davis; F. V. Lieberman is Research Entomologist, U.S.D.A. Entomology Research Division, retired; W. E. Bendixen is Farm Advisor, Santa Barbara County; W. H. Isom is Extension Agronomist, U.C., Riverside; V. L. Marble is Extension Agronomist, U. C., Davis.
Hilgardia 23(7):9-10. DOI:10.3733/ca.v023n07p9. July 1969.
A NEW NONDORMANT ALFALFA Strain (SW44), segregated for stem nematode resistance and tolerance to leaf and stem diseases, has been developed through the joint efforts of the University of California Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricultural Extension Service, and the U. S. Department of Agriculture Entomology Research Division.
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