Rose Rosette Virus
- Date of Publication
- January 25, 2022
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In Texas, roses in more than 20 counties have tested positive for the rose rosette virus, the viral pathogen that causes rose rosette disease. There are no known treatments and all rose cultivars appear to be susceptible. This publication explains the symptoms of rose rosette disease, how it is transmitted from plant to plant, and how to control it. (2 Pages)
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