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Re: curled leaves on new rose

> the yard man was around spraying .....however since nothing else is showing the same  <
It's possible he hit only that rose. Accidents don't occur to the
property as a whole. I had lawn service only one year and they
oversprayed one of my miniature roses, not all of them, and it died.
I've done my own lawn ever since.

> And do you think I should just wait on the miticide
and <
As with all chemicals, you should be sure of what you're treating before
applying anything. The plant is already stressed - it doesn't need a
little of this and a little of that. Take a sample to your CES.


If you have weeds, you don't have enough plants.

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