Rose Diseases

Rose Diseases

We all know how beautiful roses can be when looked after, it just gives the rose garden that finished look. Like all things in life, there has to be a negative side to things. In this case it will be rose diseases, like any cancer, for example. It is  important to know which roses are affected by diseases and how you should treat these diseases.

These are just some of the rose diseases you will come across:

Powdery Mildew is a familiar disease:

This "condition" looks like a white powder found on the leaves, stems and the buds of your roses. In order to prevent this from happening, you should avoid planting roses in shaded areas. Also ensure that the roses have breathing room by keeping surrounding plants pruned.


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The Black Spot:

Black spots can be found on the edges of the leaves as well as the stem of your roses. This is a fungus that can harm your precious plant, causing leaves to fall off and the plant to become almost bare. Some varieties of roses are less likely to have this happen to them. Ensure that fallen leaves have been removed from the location while watering the plants without splashing water on the leaves. 

Rust:

Discoloration can occur caused by rust. It normally happens to older leaves first and then spreads throughout the entire plant. To prevent this condition from striking your roses, keep the leaves dry. Water the ground around the plant not necessarily on the leaves of the roses. Water during the day time when there is time for the leaves to dry and also allow for proper air circulation around the plant by keeping surrounding plants pruned properly.
 


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All or at least one of these conditions can strike a rose plant, but are preventable in most cases. Should your rose be affected you can take the necessary steps to repair the conditions and also prevent future outbreaks. 


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