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Re: Theresa Bugnet rose


This site will give you an idea of the symptoms:

http://www.ag.uiuc.edu/cespubs/hyg/html/200111c.html

Explore from there. I have had to destroy three bushes. Unfortunately, the disease was specifically introduced to destroy Rosa rugosa, a big farmland pest.

Cathy


On Tuesday, November 23, 2004, at 11:36 AM, "" <gardenqueen@academicplanet.com> wrote:


Cathy - what are the symptoms of this malady?

Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: Cathy Carpenter
Sent: 11/22/2004 6:58:51 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Theresa Bugnet rose

One caveat on the Rugosas...at least here - they are very susceptible
to "rose rosette" a virally caused 'rose cancer' spread by (?) mites. I
have had to dig and destroy two of my roses thus afflicted.
Cathy
On Monday, November 22, 2004, at 05:41 AM, pdickson wrote:

Ceres,
I have had a couple of times where I to thought it was too wild.  I
has put out a couple of suckers in the last 2 years.  I moved one and
should move the other.  I don't usually like Rugosa Roses either. It
has some of the really thorny canes near the bottom but on the whole
it is almost thornless.
It has had to grow in some really lousy soil.  I had a pool there
several years ago and when they filled the hole they bought me "top
soil".  I don't know where they got it but it is some of the worst
soil I have ever seen. It is very tight clay goo.  I keep trying to
add more organics to it to loosen it up.
I love a garden in the winter almost as much as the summer if it has
lots of texture and color.  That has always been my goal.  You have to
remember that I live in Western Oklahoma where things don't thrive
they survive.
Tricia

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