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Genetic resistance to soft rot identified some years ago against is also efficient against new bacterial strains

Pectobacterium and Dickeya diversity studies have shown that a species/subspecies complex is responsible for soft-rot and blackleg. Can resistance...
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Molecular characterisation of 3 breeders’ collections

FN3PT and the breeders of Bretagne Plants, Comité Nord/Sipre and Grocep set up a collection of almost 300 genotypes gathering cultivars, specific...
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NEMATOOLS : a CASDAR (French Ministry of Agriculture) project on nematodes of major importance for potato production

Among the plant-parasitic nematodes, Meloidogyne chitwoodi, M. fallax, Globodera pallida and G. rostochiensis are the most detrimental on potato....
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Identification of a new PVY group isolated from Brazilian tobacco fields

A deep knowledge of pathogen diversity is necessary to improve the efficiency of detection tools. For PVY, the characterization of isolates from...
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What are the impacts of the diagnostic tools set up by the seed potato industry and Inra public research on the competitiveness of the sector?

The diagnostic tools set up by the French seed potato industry and Inra were retained for an Inra project aimed at evaluating the impact of public...
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A new project on nematods – prepared and approved by InnoPlant – has been selected by the French Ministry of Agriculture

French national territory is well preserved from potato nematods. The preservation of this status is an issue.
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Twelve searchers involved in InnoPlant attended to the last EAPR congress in Brussels

Last congress of the EAPR (European Association for Potato Research) took place between July, 6th and 11th in Brussels, Belgium. Twelve searchers...
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A new website dedicated to help the diagnosis of potato tuber blemishes online

The web site is a joined French and Scottish initiative and as presented during the last EAPR general congress last week in Brussels.
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Workshop on research in seed potato sector in a spirit of openness and conviviality.

The workshop organized by InnoPlant last May 20th and 21rst in Paris led to a lot of fruitful discussions.
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Workshop on research in the seed potato sector: preliminary program

Preliminary program available
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