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To prevent crop losses from pathogens, new varieties with a broad genetic basis of group resistance should be
introduced into the production process. The purpose of research was to describe the collection of soft winter wheat in
terms of resistance to the most common diseases in the conditions of the southern forest-steppe of ukraine. 1406
samples of soft winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) From 33 countries were taken for research. The significant
influence of the amount of precipitation and the level of hydrothermal coefficient (HTC) on the indicator of the number
of susceptible samples of wheat to specific pathogens of soft winter wheat was established. Selection work has
significantly influenced the creation of more stable varieties in recent years compared to the 70's of the twentieth
century. The method of remote hybridization using foreign genes helps to obtain lines more resistant to specific
pathogens of soft winter wheat. Creating a special collection of samples resistant to the most common diseases of soft
winter wheat allows you to systematize the selection of parental lines on specific grounds.
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