Dr Huey as Rose Midge Trap??
Has anyone else used Dr. Huey to trap rose midge?
Years ago, I used to trap rose midge by repeatedly cutting off the top growth--creating an abundant supply new growth that attracted rose midge. The midge lay eggs in the new growth. I think it actually worked pretty well, until I decided to use that space for growing more HTs.
You might try this if you have lost roses--often the Dr. Huey rootstock will come up during the summer. I'd like to know if this idea helps anyone.