Eco-Friendly Pest Controls:

ROSES


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08-Sep-05 10:29 PM EST 4   
Patricia 09-Sep-05 05:08 PM EST 5   
melanie20-Sep-05 10:25 PM EST   
cece bazel19-Jun-06 08:20 AM EST 5   
black spot19-Jun-06 08:31 AM EST   


Subject: ROSES
From:
Zone: 4
Date: 08-Sep-05 10:29 PM EST

mY ROSES LOST ALL THEIR LEVES EXCEPT FOR A FEW AT THE SHOOT TIPS. WHAT CAUSED THE PROBLEM AND HOW COULD i HAVE PREVENTED IT.


Subject: RE: ROSES
From: Patricia (iris1@rogers.com)
Zone: 5
Date: 09-Sep-05 05:08 PM EST

It sounds like black spot. They will come back fine next spring. Get stuff for black spot at your local nursery and follow the instructions.


Subject: RE: ROSES
From: melanie
Zone:
Date: 20-Sep-05 10:25 PM EST

I live in windsor ontario canada, my roses do this also, I've tried fungicides, but hate having to re-spray after rain. I got a product called earth crystal( pryoclitic clay) and I scratch a tsp around each plant in spring and water it in. I don't do anything else. My roses don't suffer from blackspot/powdery mildew, and if they are fragant it seems to enhance the fragance also. This product is 100% organic, it's fairly inexpensive, and available from any grotek dealer.


Subject: RE: ROSES
From: cece bazel
Zone: 5
Date: 19-Jun-06 08:20 AM EST

This Earth Crystal product might be my salvation. The neighbor is ravaged by black spot--she is the queen of weeds, believe me--so far, I am not infected but need some prevention. I cannot find this product on the web anywhere. Would you double-check maybe on the bag or box of this stuff exactly who is the manufacturer?


Subject: RE: ROSES
From: black spot
Zone:
Date: 19-Jun-06 08:31 AM EST


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