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  1. Myrtle rust

    Myrtle rust. Myrtle rust in Australia. Myrtle rust (Puccinia psidii) is a fungal disease which infects plants in the Myrtaceae family. ... In Tasmania myrtle rust is found on properties on the north-west coast.

  2. primefact-myrtle-rust.pdf

    Myrtle rust July 2015 Primefact 1417 First edition. Plant Biosecurity &Product Integrity, Orange. ... Myrtle rust spores can spread over long. distances carried on infected plant material,.

  3. Primefact Myrtle Rust

    Primefact Myrtle Rust. Summary. Myrtle rust (Puccinia psidii) is a fungal disease which infects plants in the Myrtaceae family. ... Since myrtle rust was first detected in NSW in April 2010 it has spread across eastern Australia.

  4. New film aims to educate community on wide ranging impacts of Myrtle rust

    New film aims to educate community on wide ranging impacts of Myrtle rust. ... Background . Myrtle rust, caused by the exotic fungus Austropuccinia psidii, is native to South America.

  5. ICA 42 Production nursery freedom treatment and inspection for myrtle rust.pdf

    PROCEDURE. 6. 7.1 Property Plan. 6 7.2 Myrtle Rust Freedom Verification. ... the inspection results including absence or presence of symptoms of suspect myrtle rust;. •

  6. Angus Carnegie

    NeoBiota 64:69–86. 2021 | Journal. Plant architecture, growth and biomass allocation effects of the invasive pathogen myrtle rust (Austropuccinia psidii) on Australian Myrtaceae species after fire. ... Fungal Systematics and Evolution 6, 157-231. 2020 |

  7. CARNEGIE, Angus

    of the invasive plant pathogen Austropuccinia psidii (myrtle rust) in eastern Australian rainforests. ... allocation effects of the invasive pathogen myrtle rust (Austropuccinia psidii) on Australian Myrtaceae species after fire.

  8. Wine Grapes

    Stronger Primary Industries Strategy. Supporting the Myrtle Rust Outbreak Response on Lord Howe Island. ... In February 2023 the invasive disease myrtle rust was found on Lord Howe Island, potentially threatening native forest.

  9. Insect pests and plant diseases

    Insect pests and plant diseases. Thumbnail. Title. Crops/s affected. Multiple hosts. Yellow spotted stink bug. Multiple hosts. Multiple hosts. Tomato red spider mite. Multiple hosts. Tomatoes. Cotton. Multiple hosts. Multiple hosts. Sth African

  10. Forestry

    The team contributions included the impact of myrtle rust in native ecosystems and the discovery of new fungi on Eucalyptus.