Research in Plant Disease 2009;15(3):198-201.
Published online December 30, 2009.
풋마름병 저항성 토마토 품종 선발
한유경, 민지선, 박종한, 한경숙, 김대현, 이중섭, 김형환
Screening of Tomato Cultivars Resistant to Bacterial Wilts
You Kyoung Han, Ji Seon Min, Jong Han Park, Kyung Sook Han, Dae Hyun Kim, Jung Sup Lee, Hyeong Hwan Kim
Bacterial wilts, caused by Ralstonia solanacearum, is a very destructive disease to tomato plants (Solanum lycopersicum) in Korea. Selection of resistant cultivar is the best way to prevent or reduce the occurrence of this disease. Thirty-nine tomato cultivars, twenty-one cherry tomato cultivars and thirteen rootstock tomato cultivars were inoculated with Ralstonia solanacearum, to evaluate tomato cultivars for resistance against bacterial wilts. Thirty-seven cultivars were highly susceptible to bacterial wilts and 61-100% of their whole tissue became wilted within 10 days after inoculation. Twenty-four cultivars showed moderate resistance and twelve were resistant to bacterial wilts. In an evaluation of 73 major commercial cultivars, ``Lilyance``, ``TP-7``, ``Choice``, ``Dadaki``, ``Akiko``, ``Redstar``, ``Match``, ``B-blocking``, ``Magnet``, ``Support``, ``Friend`` and ``Special`` were found to have a high level of resistance to bacterial wilts of tomatoes.
Key Words: Baterial wilt, Ralstonia solanacearum, Resistant, Tomato

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