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Thrips

Thrips are a type of invisible plague to roses and many other ornamental and even fruit and vegetable plants! They can be tough customers to

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termites

Termites can attack a rose bush and ring bark it. The bark is eaten close to where the main stem comes out of the ground.

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Chafer beetles

If your rose bush looks anything like this, then Chafer beetles have been eating away at your leaves during the night. That is why one

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Bollworm

Caterpillars that chew holes and tunnels through your rose blooms are referred to as bollworms. A female moth lays her eggs onto the usually still

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EXHIBITING ROSES

by Ludwig Taschner Just like playing cricket, rugby, soccer, golf and tennis and taking cats, dogs, rabbits and doves to be judged in shows was

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Pernicious scale

Introduction Pernicious scale is a sedentary sucking insect that inserts its tiny, straw-like mouthparts into the bark of rose stems, weakening growth and reducing sap

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