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Disease resistance

Posted by deervssteve 9 (My Page) on
Sun, May 11, 14 at 22:27

Embarrassing photos. Rust and PM. I will fix it.
Firefighter the clear winner
All planted next to each other:

firefighter
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Chrysler Imperial
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Just Joey
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PJPII
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RE: Disease resistance

Steve, you're not alone. Most of us have that crummy stuff, my worst right now being mildew. I don't spray so I just wait for better times, and sooner or later the roses seem to overcome most problems. Since I don't spray I "fix it" be getting rid of the worst offenders, but seeing diseased roses is always a bummer. They're supposed to be beautiful!

Ingrid


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St. Patrick recovering from crud.


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Just Joey coming back.

Chrysler imperial is also starting to get some new clean growth.


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  • Posted by hoovb z9 Southern CA (My Page) on
    Sun, Jun 15, 14 at 20:27

Mulch!


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  • Posted by jim1961 6a Central Pa. (My Page) on
    Sun, Jun 15, 14 at 21:22

Yes does look very dry Steve. I did not see this thread originally but your fire fighter rose looks good.
Glad your other roses are recovering...


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The roses are on a drip system and getting plenty of water. To emitters per bush.
The rest of it is a moonscape. I bought some mulch last year but it was too fine. I'll put some bark down in the next month.


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My chrysler imperials also have mildew problem(and aphids)


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