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Keeping track of rust

'The disease that never sleeps' is how Nobel Prize winner Norman Borlaug once described wheat rust, a group of deadly, constantly changing fungal pathogens that pose a dangerous threat to food security worldwide. So to protect the world's wheat crop, scientists have implemented a global rust tracking system, to try to stay ahead of their evolving enemy.
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