The result is that we advise dodging that parasite by planting the non-susceptible kinds; it is much better and cheaper.
c.1600 (susceptive in the same sense is recorded from 1540s), from Late Latin susceptibilis "capable, sustainable, susceptible," from Latin susceptus, past participle of suscipere "sustain, support, acknowledge," from sub "up from under" + capere "to take" (see capable). Related: Susceptibility.
susceptible sus·cep·ti·ble (sə-sěp'tə-bəl)
Likely to be affected with a disease, infection, or condition.
Especially sensitive; highly impressionable.