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SUMMARY

Myrtle rust is a significant disease of plants in the 

Myrtaceae and has been spreading rapidly around 

the world in recent years and is now in Australia. 

It seems likely to reach New Zealand and it may 

affect all Myrtaceae to some extent, but especially 

in the North Island. While there has been 

significant discourse about the economic and 

environmental impacts of myrtle rust for New 

Zealand, there has been little on the likely cultural 

impacts (at least in published literature) for Māori 

and their connections to taonga species. This 

paper has attempted to identify some potential 

cultural impacts, but a wider kōrero (discourse) 

with tāngata whenua would be needed to provide 

a comprehensive understanding. Such a kōrero 

will be important in terms of readiness and 

response for this disease if it enters New Zealand. 

In preliminary engagement, Māori have shown 

interest and expectation to be involved in such a 

response, including conducting surveillance of 

sentinel plants within New Zealand. Fortunately

a number of indigenous New Zealand plants are 

grown in Australia (and elsewhere) where myrtle 

rust is now endemic. Quantitative information on 

disease incidence from these sources would also 

be a useful resource for understanding the likely 

impact in New Zealand before it arrives here. 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

We thank Peter Symes of Royal Botanic Gardens, 

Melbourne, Australia, for information on 

New Zealand native Myrtaceae in Australia. 

This work was funded through Plant & Food 

Research internal funding aligned to the research 

collaboration Better Border Biosecurity.

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