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crown rust

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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Crown rust of oats has become a recurring problem in grazing oats in Australia due to the occurrence of new rust sub-types capable of overcoming the resistance of many cultivars ( Table 1 )... Aladdin remains resistant to all known pathotypes of crown rust in Australia... Given the size and genetic variability in oat crown rust populations in Australia, it is not surprising that these cultivars have usually succumbed to crown rust soon after release...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
New evidence supports the long-held belief of plant pathologists that cereal rust diseases can survive the non-cropping summer months... The results should be considered an early warning for Yr17 varieties known to be vulnerable to this pathotype, and will serve to remind growers and advisers to carefully monitor crops," he said... Professor Park said the wide separation of these samples and the likelihood that the 'WA Yr17' pathotype would be found in Ellison and Marombi strengthened the need for careful monitoring of crops across the southern regions of eastern Australia...
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