Puccinia malvacearum, also known as hollyhock or mallow rust, is a species within the genus Puccinia known for attacking members of the family Malvaceae. An autoecious pathogen, it can complete its life cycle using a single host.
Suggested control measures include sanitation (removal or destruction of affected plants or plant portions) or treatment with fungicides.
- "Puccinia malvacearum Bertero ex Mont. 1852". MycoBank. International Mycological Association. Retrieved 2011-07-08.
- Hollyhock Rust: Puccinia malvacearum. University of Colorado Extension Service.
- Rust of Hollyhock. University of Nebraska Department of Plant Pathology.
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