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Susceptibility of Hop Cultivars to Downy Mildew: Associations with Chemical Characteristics and Region of Origin

J. L. Woods and D. H. Gent

March 2016


Hop downy mildew (caused by Pseudoperonospora humuli) is a yieldlimiting disease in many hop-production regions of the world. In this research, 110 cultivars that are or were widely grown in the United States, Europe, or Australasia were evaluated in western Oregon over three years for their reaction to the shoot infection phase of downy mildew and vigor.


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