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5 Dangerous Diseases that Affect the Rose Plant

November 11, 2017


Every one of us cannot defy the aroma and beauty of a rose flower. Flowers Roses are not easy to grow, but anyone can start rose gardening in the convenience of their own home. Make sure your most precious roses are in the red or pink of their health, read on the following tips on how to deal with rose flower health perplexity:

1. Black spots on foliage

This is a disease customarily called black spot. They occur in circular shapes with a fringed edge on the leaves. They make the leaves turn yellow the solution is to eliminate the infected leaves and gathered any fallen leaves around the plant. You can also use artificial sprays to treat this disease.




2. Distorted and stunted young canes

This disease is known as powdery mildew. It covers not only the leaves but also the buds and the stems with windswept white powder. It makes the leaves roll and turn purple

3. Injured underside of leaves

This is a disease known as rust. It usually features orange-red blisters that turn black during fall. And in spring, they sprout. The virus can also survive winter. The best thing to do is to get rid of the infected leaves in the fall.

4. Stunted or malformed flowers and leaves

The cause of this condition is the occurrence of spider mites. They are tiny red, yellow or green spiders on the lower part of the foliage. They suck juice from the leaf.

5. Blotched and weak leaves with small white webs under them

The cause of this perplexity may be aphids. They are tiny soft-bodied creatures that are usually green, brown or red. Sometimes, they gather under flower buds or leaves. They also suck juices from leaves and delicate buds from plants.



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