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crown rust resistance of oat germplasm from the ars aberdeen program

Crown rust resistance of oat germplasm from the ARS-Aberdeen program

J. M. Bonman (1), D.E. Obert (1), E. W. Jackson (1), S.A. Harrison (2) and M. L. Carson (3). (1)USDA-ARS, Small Grains and Potato Germplasm Research Unit, 1691 S. 2700 W., Aberdeen ID 83210; (2) Louisiana State University, AgCenter Agronomy Department, 104 MB Sturgis Hall, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; (3) USDA-ARS Cereal Disease Laboratory1551 Lindig Ave., St. Paul, MN 55108.

where is aberdeen
Where is Aberdeen?

University of Idaho Research and Extension Center, Aberdeen, ID

background
Background
  • Previously the program targeted the Intermountain West– objective was high yield and quality
  • Currently a need to make Aberdeen material more widely useful by incorporating disease resistance
objectives
Objectives
  • Characterize crown rust resistance within Aberdeen cultivars and breeding lines:
    • Field reactions in “hot spot” locations (Castroville, TX; Baton Rouge, LA)
    • Seedling resistance to many isolates (CDL)
    • Field reactions to single isolates (isolated plots in Aberdeen, ID)
    • Assess partial resistance of selected materials in greenhouse inoculations with compatible isolates
check cultivars
Check cultivars
  • CDC Boyer
  • IA98822-2
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Leaf segment inoculation technique:

Provena

99Ab11862

95Ab11439

99Ab11813

99Ab12179

conclusions
Conclusions
  • Most of the Aberdeen cultivars and lines are highly susceptible to crown rust
  • A few lines showed less disease in field trials
    • specific resistance to some isolates
    • partial resistance to compatible isolates in the greenhouse, thus field response probably due to partial resistance
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