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A fungal root disease that can cause severe yield losses of wheat and barley especially in medium- to high-rainfall areas.
Stem rust is a fungal foliar disease of wheat that can cause up to 90% yield loss and also reduces grain quality in susceptible varieties.
A widespread fungal root disease that attacks seedlings but which rarely causes large yield losses.
A fungal root disease that is not common in Western Australia (WA) but can build up to damaging levels in continuous wheat crops.
Summarises the symptoms, infection cycle, disease risk and control recommendations for rust disease (Uromyces viciae-fabae) in faba bean.
Stem rust (Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici) is a foliar disease that can significantly reduce wheat yields if it occurrs in early spring and is not controlled.