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Well here I am again with yet another rose problem. This time it is little grayish brown worms. They wrap themselves in a leaf close to the rosebud and chomp away. They make holes and just ruin the buds. Today I picked 6 damaged buds off my Belinda's Dream. Anybody know what these varmints are and how to get rid of them?  I'm trying to save my beneficials so I hate to spray. However, not much use having roses if I have to pick off the buds!

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