Roses infected with rose rosette develop a dark, purple-red discoloration that can be confused with new growth. There is no treatment for the virus, which is spread by wind-blown mites.
Roses infected with rose rosette develop a dark, purple-red discoloration that can be confused with new growth. There is no treatment for the virus, which is spread by wind-blown mites. David Pulliam dpulliam@kcstar.com
Roses infected with rose rosette develop a dark, purple-red discoloration that can be confused with new growth. There is no treatment for the virus, which is spread by wind-blown mites. David Pulliam dpulliam@kcstar.com
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