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cereal rust disease

Catalogue: Ground Cover
The stripe rust that infects barley grass is either the wheat-attacking form or a second form that is specialised to barley grass... A form of stripe rust that is specialised to barley grass, known as barley grass stripe rust, can infect some barley cultivars, but the threat it poses is minor... Recent GRDC-funded tests in Mexico have shown that Australian barley cultivars are generally susceptible to the barley form of stripe rust, which means this exotic disease poses a significant threat to the Australian barley industry...
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Temperature warming prompts rust warning (VIC).. Victorian grain growers are encouraged to monitor their crops for rust diseases as temperatures begin to rise and as up-front fungicide treatments begin to wear off... More information on cereal rust diseases is available via the GRDC-supported Rust Bust website at www.rustbust.com.au and the GRDC online resource hub at www.grdc.com.au/diseaselinks ...
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Victorian grain growers are encouraged to monitor their crops for rust diseases as temperatures begin to rise and as up-front fungicide treatments begin to wear off... More information on cereal rust diseases is available via the GRDC-supported Rust Bust website at www.rustbust.com.au and the GRDC online resource hub at www.grdc.com.au/diseaselinks ... Log in or register to leave a comment...
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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: Ground Cover
Growers sowing susceptible varieties increase the likelihood of new mutant rust strains being selected, which makes it harder for breeders to keep ahead of the disease.. Professor Robert Park, director of the Australian Cereal Rust Control Program (ACRCP), and who has been involved in wheat rust research for over 30 years, regularly reminds us of the enormous risk to Australian wheat growers that the three rusts pose... Big is the threat of rust to Australian wheat growers that the ACRCP not only has strong financial backing from the GRDC, but also works with international bodies such as the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain growers in the southern New South Wales cropping region are encouraged to monitor their crops for rust diseases as temperatures begin to rise and as up-front fungicide treatments begin to wear off... Cereal disease authorities, with support from the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), advise that stripe rust has been reported across the southern region... Log in or register to leave a comment...
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Temperature warming prompts rust warning (NSW).. Grain growers in the southern New South Wales cropping region are encouraged to monitor their crops for rust diseases as temperatures begin to rise and as up-front fungicide treatments begin to wear off... , leaf rust of wheat has been detected in the susceptible variety Mackellar at Wagga Wagga in southern NSW and growers are advised to monitor varieties with resistance ratings of moderately susceptible or higher for early spring leaf rust infections...
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