Botrytis Blight of Roses

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
January 25, 2022
Price
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Overview

Botrytis blight creates devastating losses for ornamental plant and vegetable growers. On roses, the disease, also known as gray mold, is caused by the botrytis cinerea fungus. This publication explains how to recognize disease symptoms, what causes it, and how to manage it with good sanitation practices. (2 Pages)

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