Black Spot in Roses

Yesterday, I briefly touched on Black Spot in Roses. But I felt that this topic deserved a little more attention as it is a common problem for roses. Just knowing how to treat or even avoid the fungus disease Black Spot can help a home owner grow beautiful, healthy roses. And that is what we want, right?

Today I have provided a video that talks more about the disease and what to do if your roses should acquire it. In this video, Dr. Steve Vann, Extension Urban Plant Pathologist, tries to calm fears by showing how to control the devastating disease. He works for the Arkansas Extension office, but his advice will work in any area.

So, now that you have learned more about Black Spot in Roses, what are you going to do to prevent it in your rose garden? Please leave me a comment and share.

Comments

  1. I am very thankful to you for giving such wonderful and useful tips which can ensure a live and green garden than ever full with roses indeed! I feel that perhaps a grouping of rose bushes is spaced too close together and this causes lackspot in roses but this problem can be overcome by transplanting them further apart to increase air circulation among the plants. The whole blog is excellent and here it is I am bookmarking it: http://del.icio.us/britneyvaughan