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Rose gardeners should be on the lookout for appearance of black spot, rosette virus

Black spot and the rose rosette virus are two problems that plague roses in Missouri, especially in periods of wet weather, a University of Missouri horticulturist said.

“Rose rosette virus, also known as Witch’s Broom, is a rapidly emerging problem on roses in Missouri,” said Mary Kroening, MU extension horticulturist. “It has been a serious problem on wild multiflora roses in pastures, woods, and field edges, but in the past

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