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Have just finished reading an article from Southern Landscape Nursery 
Publication Vol. 8  No 23.  It tells of a rust from Asia that has come into 
our country.  It came into GA, on daylillies shipped from Costa Rica.  It is 
believed to also be in FL, AL and NC.  The alternate host plant is Patrinia.  
It is believed that the disease will be a serious pest to daylilies and may 
threaten the alternate host Patrinia spp and the putative alternative host 
Hosta app. 
There should be other information on the National Plant Board's Web.  Of 
course I can't find it but if someone can please send a link.
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