Rust control of Himalayan Balsam varies according to identity of endophytes, researchers find

A research project examining the ecological effects of a rust fungus on the invasive plant species Himalayan Balsam has found that the ability of the rust to infect plants depends on the identity of endophytes - fungi that live within the roots and shoots of the plant.

by Matthew Appleby

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