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Asparagus rust

Scientific Name
Puccinia asparagi
Scientific Author
DC.
Taxonomy
Urediniomycetes, Uredinales

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References

Arthur JC & Cummins GB (1962) Manual of the rusts in United States and Canada. (Hafner Publishing Company: New York). 438p.

CAB International (1996) Distribution maps of plant diseases. Puccinia asparagi. Map 216. 4 ed.

Davis RD (2001) Asparagus rust recorded in Australia. Australasian Plant Pathology 30: 183-184.

Elmer WH (2001). The economically important diseases of asparagus in the U.S. Plant Health Progress. Available online at: http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/php/review/asparagus/ (updated 21 May 2001).

Irvine G. & Beasley D (2004) Asparagus Rust (Puccinia asparagi). Department of Primary Industries. Vegetable Matters-of-Facts 12. Available online at: http://www.dpi.vic.gov.au/agvic/ihd/projects/prints/vmf-12-200402.pdf (6 March 2006).

Johnson DA (1990) Development of rust on asparagus cultivars after inoculation with basidiospores, aeciospores and urediniospores of Puccinia asparagi. Phytopathology 80: 321-325.

Lubani KR & Linn MB (1962) Entrance and invasion of the asparagus plant by urediniospore germ tubes and hyphae of Puccinia asparagi. Phytopathology 52: 115-119.

Planck J & Davis B (2005) Emerging plant pests. Asparagus rust. Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries. Available online at: http://www2.dpi.qld.gov.au/health/4238.html (updated 03 March 2005).

Simpson WR (1967) Rust on fence row Asparagus. Plant Disease Reporter 51: 542-543

University of Illinois (1990) Report on Plant Disease 934. Available online at: http://web.aces.uiuc.edu/vista/pdf_pubs/934.pdf

Waterston JM (1965) Puccinia asparagi. CMI Descriptions of pathogenic fungi and bacteria. No. 54. (Commonwealth Mycological Institute: Kew, UK).

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