Questions about: Roses

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Joanna
Answer: Dear Joanna, Powdery mildew on roses is a problem when the weather is hot and humid. To keep this fungus under control, you will need to spray you...
Category: Roses
Answered: 12:15PM, 11 Nov 2010
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Phil
Answer: Mosaic virus in roses is not considered to be very serious and diseased leaves can be removed if unslightly. Flowers are not affected by the virus ...
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Answered: 03:18PM, 01 Nov 2010
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mary
Answer: Dear Mary, Sorry to hear that your roses are not performing as well as you would like. You don’t mention how old they are. Did you prune th...
Category: Roses
Answered: 02:15PM, 03 Nov 2010
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Marlane
Answer: Dear Marlane, You do seem like you are having some problems with your roses. I certainly wouldn’t give up on them as they are such a beautif...
Category: Roses
Answered: 03:55PM, 14 Oct 2010
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Anne
Answer: Dear Anne, Yates do have products that will control soft scale. Rose scale is a hard scale and is cleaned up with Lime Sulfur during the winter mon...
Category: Roses
Tags: roses, Rose Scale
Answered: 04:19PM, 13 Oct 2010
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Anne
Answer: Dear Anne, I think you have answered the question yourself. Roses do need a full sun position in which to thrive. If they are being shaded by the...
Answered: 10:48AM, 10 Aug 2010
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Warwick
Answer: Dear Warwick, There is a red rose called Blackboy, but it is a climbing rose. Were you looking for a hybrid tea rose or a floribunda rose? I have...
Category: Roses
Answered: 03:17PM, 05 Aug 2010
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angie
Answer: Dear Angie, For first 2 – 3 years you will need to train the long canes that the climbing rose produces horizonally along the support. Attach...
Answered: 11:13AM, 06 Aug 2010
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Shane
Answer: Dear Shane, You can prune your roses now. It is still a good idea to prune your roses now even if they are still in leaf and flowering. It gives ...
Category: Roses
Answered: 01:55PM, 14 Jul 2010
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Ann
Answer: H Ann, hard to say without knowing if your Oklahoma is a climber or a bush type rose. If it isnt a climber I would reduce it by about 2/3 when prun...
Category: Roses
Tags: Rose
Answered: 11:55AM, 19 Jul 2010