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Answer: Roses are susceptible to a number of fungal diseases and it looks like you’ve got one here. Yates Rose Shield is a good product to use when trying to protect your roses from fungal attack. Just start spraying when new shoots emerge in spring or at first sign of insects or disease. Repeat applications at 14 day intervals for continued protection. Just cut off your affected areas and spray the new shoots when they emerge to control the problem.
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