Rose Rosette Disease Demystified
- Date of Publication
- January 25, 2022
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Rose rosette disease is a lethal rose disease with no known cure. Many people who grow and enjoy roses as well as landscapers who take care of them are concerned about how to protect their plants. There is also quite a bit of information available on the Internet, in publications, and from the media. So, what do we know about this disease? This review of information from articles in scientific journals summarizes what we know so far. (5 Pages)
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