A list of past and current research focussed on biology, impacts and management of myrtle rust is now available to help organistaions interested in myrtle rust better understand the research landscape.
The stocktake was collated by Ngā Koiora Tuku Iho with assistance from the Department of Conservation and the Ministry for Primary Industries. It is another example of stakeholders sharing their research data to help everyone better understand the research landscape.
The list will be updated from time to time in an effort to avoid duplication of research effort and to foster collaboration.
This is a living document. Ngā Koiora Tuku Iho wants your help to find additional publications, research projects or programmes they may not be aware of. If you have information on myrtle rust research that has been undertaken within the New Zealand science system, Masters, PhDs, internally funded projects, larger Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment programmes etc, email NRTsupport@bioheritage.nz