Bangladesh Pathotype Frequency Graph

This pathotype information tool, developed by the University of Aarhus Denmark, displays the frequency of Ug99 lineage pathotypes in analysed samples. Selection of any specific combination of country(s) or year(s) is possible. Any new data incorporated into the underlying database … Continue reading

Bangladesh Stem Rust Pathotypes

Data Source: DWR Regional Station, Flowerdale, Shimla, HP, India Predominant Pathotype(s): CHTSC (75G5, 21A-1); CKMSC (24G5, 21-1). In 2014, these were the first stem rust races recorded in 30 years Effective Sr Genes: Sr5, Sr9e, Sr11, Sr21, SrTmp, Sr24, Sr31, … Continue reading

Bangladesh Survey Mapper

The Country Survey Mapper tool, developed by the University of Aarhus Denmark, displays rust field survey data. Selection of any specific combination of year and disease is possible. Any new data incorporated into the underlying database will automatically be displayed … Continue reading

Bangladesh

Rust Issues: Leaf rust is the commonest rust on wheat. Ug99 Status: No Ug99 lineage races have been detected in Bangladesh. Situation Updates: … Continue reading

May 30, 2011: Bangladesh rust survey summary – Leaf rust widespread, especially in the North-west

Extensive wheat rust surveys were coordinated by the BARI Wheat Research Center, Dinajpur and undertaken in collaboration several Regional Agricultural Research Stations (Jessore, Jamalpur, Ishurdi, Rajshahi). The surveys were undertaken in Feb-March 2011 and covered all the main wheat growing … Continue reading

Aug 11th, 2014: Latest version of Mehtaensis newsletter published by DWR, Flowerdale, Shimla: Comprehensive updated information on rusts in India and South Asia

The latest version (Vol 34, July 2014, No. 2) of the Mehtaensis newsletter (a 6 monthly newsletter named after Prof. K.C. Mehta) has just been published by the DWR, Regional Station, Flowerdale, Shimla. Compiled by Dr. S.C. Bhardwaj, O.P. Gangwar, … Continue reading

Aug 17th, 2012: Latest version of Mehtaensis newsletter published by DWR, Flowerdale, Shimla: Comprehensive, updated information on rusts in India and South Asia

The latest version of the Mehtaensis newsletter (a 6 monthly newsletter named after Prof. K.C. Mehta) has just been published by the DWR, Regional Station, Flowerdale, Shimla. Compiled by Dr. S.C. Bhardwaj, Mehtaensis contains a detailed summary of all the … Continue reading