Peanut varieties focus on multiple disease resistance, high-oleic content

Yancy Jr., Cecil H.
October 2003
Southeast Farm Press;10/1/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 23, p10
Trade Publication
Provides information on peanut varieties included in the peanut breeding program at the University of Florida. Release of the AP-3 variety in 2002; Performance of the Carver non-high-oleic variety in tomato spotted wilt virus tests; Resistance of the DP-1 variety to white mold.


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