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stripe rust pathotypes

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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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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Cereal rust diseases - recent developments impacting 2011 decisions.. Disease also thrives under these conditions, and stripe rust reached epidemic levels in southern NSW and Victoria... Stem rust also became a cause for concern in late spring through the Mallee of Victoria and South Australia, although crop losses were expected to be light...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The paper will review the nature and origins of these new pathotypes, and indicate the expected changes in variety response for the 2008 season... These three isolates look different on these wheats, and so we give each the name of 'pathotype', ie it is a 'type' of the pathogen... The second pathotype change was detected among isolates collected early in the 2007 season, and these showed the ability to cause disease on certain triticale varieties, notably Jackie and Breakwell...
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