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Roses are dying.


I can’t understand the reason that the roses will be taken away, like watering in moderation, weeding, there is enough sun, but there is one thing - BUT, I noticed spots on the leaflets, yellowish in color, that spread throughout all the inflorescences. What could it be? And how to fight?

Answers:

Your rose has rust - a mushroom disease that can lead to plant death. To prevent plant disease the following year, carefully collect and burn all plant debris in the fall. And before shelter for the winter and spring, before the buds open, spray the rose bushes with one of the preparations: mancozeb, myclobutaiyl, copper sulfate or Bordeaux liquid.