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Rust's genetic resistance explored via award
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Rust's genetic resistance explored via award.. Professor Park says that pathogens reduce yields of the eight most important crops by a staggering 42 per cent and the most effective, economical and environmentally sound way to control rust diseases is to develop and cultivate varieties with genetic resistance. ".. The rust species can destroy entire crops, with Australia's last outbreak, in 1973, costing the wheat industry an estimated $300 million...
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