PNL Volume 18 1986 STOCKS AVAILABLE
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STOCKS AVAILABLE
Three new germplasm lines were released by the USDA/ARS and the
Agricultural Experiment Station of Washington State University. These
breeding lines are unique in combining the af recessive gene for strong
tendril with resistance to race 1 of Fusarium oxysporurn Schlecht f. sp.
pisi and tolerance to common root rot caused by Aphanomyces euteiches
Drechs.
7 5-786: A wrinkle-seeded canner with white flowers and green cotyledons,
is double podded with blunt pods and blooms in the 1415th node. The
parentage of 75-786 is PH-14-119 x 792022, USDA lines released in 1972 and
1978, respectively.
84-1638: A white-flowered, double-podded breeding line which blooms in the
12-13th node. 84-1368 has light green, dimpled seed and possesses the PL
dominant gene for black hilum. The parentage of 84-1638 is PI 189171 x
B270-411-4, a Geneva Experiment Station release.
84-1930: A wrinkle-seeded canner with green cotyledons. It flowers in the
12th node and has slightly curved pods. The parentage of 84-1930 is
PH-91-3 x 792022, two USDA releases.
Available from: J. M. Kraft, USDA/ARS
Irrigated Agriculture Research & Extension Center
Prosser, WA 99350