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November Rose Care FUNdamentals


Last updated 11/19/2017 at Noon

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The recent fires in the area have added ash to the dust in the air, which soon will be deposited on the leaves of all plants in the garden.

The weather has moderated slightly, and along with the change comes cooler nights with more moisture collecting on these leaves.

The added moisture with the daily accumulation of small dust particles will provide a great environment for mildew, rust and black spot on the roses.

Black spot is the most important disease of all those that attack roses and one of the most common diseases found everywhere roses are grown.

The disease does not kill th...

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