Why is rust important?
Why is rust important and what research is currently happening? ACRCP Consultative Committee chair Daniel Mullan explains in this video.
Who is the ACRCP?
Do you know who the ACRCP is? Director of the Australian Cereal Rust Control Program, Professor Robert Park, explains the work the ACRCP does and why it is important to Australian wheat growers.
Ug99 and the rust risk in Australia
Professor Robert Park, Director of the Australian Cereal Rust Control Program, talks about the Ug99 stem rust epidemic and what the rust risk is in Australia.
The Green Bridge
Professor Robert Park, Director of the Australian Cereal Rust Control Program, talks about the green bridge, and why it is so important for farmers to remove it before seeding.
Managing rust with Dr Grant Hollaway
Senior plant pathologist – cereals at the Victorian Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport & Resources, Dr Grant Hollaway, explains some of the risks facing growers, particularly in regard to rust. He also explains some of the research work he and his team are doing, as well as the important work of the Rust Bust.