Fasciation on Roses

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
January 25, 2022
Price
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Overview

Fasciation is a rare phenomenon in more than 100 plants, including roses. It does no lasting harm and some plants are highly prized for the unique characteristics fasciation causes. This publication discusses fasciation symptoms, what causes it, and how to manage it. (2 Pages)

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