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Assessment of Pearl Millet Genotypes for Downy Mildew Resistance and Agronomic Performance under Field Conditions in Senegal
International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Sclerospora graminicola is a pathogen that causes important damage in pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Brown] fields in Asia and Africa. In order to identify new sources of resistance to this disease, a set of 20 genotypes was assessed during the rainy season 2015 at Bambey, Nioro, Kolda and Sinthiou Maleme research stations in Senegal. Comparative survey between locations showed that the highest downy mildew incidence (100%) was recorded in Kolda. The 7042S, an internationaldoi:10.17957/ijab/15.0504 fatcat:a4j33q53rrg47psxesl2mmza3a