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The fungus that causes cedar-apple rust — so titled because some kinds of junipers are often erroneously called cedars — reproduces more readily in wet spring weather.
Wheat rust needs barberry to survive, cedar-apple rust needs both juniper and an apple relative, and white pine blister rust needs a susceptible member of the currant family.
Other Rusts Wheat rust, cedar-apple rust, and white pine blister rust require alternate hosts.
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