Wheat (Triticum spp.) is a crop of global significance and occupies a premier place among cereals. It is one of the most significant food crops among cereals and serves as the staple food of about 36% of the entire world population. Although wheat has a wide range of climatic adaptability, it is usually affected by many biotic factors the most devastating of which are the rust diseases. Management of rusts is, thus, the most demanding aspect of wheat production.