A new Foundation project led by Dr Anne Sawyer of the University of Queensland is looking at exactly this question. The early stage, proof of concept project will address Objective 4.3 of the National Myrtle Rust Action plan, focusing on two High Priority Species Decaspermum humile and Syzygium hodgkinsoniae. We hope this project may ultimately lead to protection against myrtle rust, and potentially other exotics species with long-term benefits for conservation and biodiversity. Read more about the project here.