A wonderful flower, full of meanings that symbolize love and fidelity, but also jealousy. Let’s talk about the rose that decorates our garden and gives us an intoxicating, enveloping aroma.
An easy-to-grow flower that gives generous blooms in late spring and all summer. Although there is no shortage of varieties that bloom in the winter months.
Unfortunately, this ease of cultivation contrasts with its susceptibility to attack by fungi, parasites, and diseases.
How do you recognize this disease?
A very dangerous disease of roses in our garden is powdery mildew or white disease. It is easily recognizable by the white patina that covers the flower. This disease is caused by a fungus that travels very quickly because it is carried by the wind.
At first it manifests itself through small splatterThen a white cover is placed on the plant. As a result, the leaves wither and turn yellow, new shoots do not grow and the plant perishes.
Few people know that in order to have healthy and fragrant roses and avoid this dangerous disease, it is necessary to use a natural, homemade product
Powdery mildew is a disease that spreads very quickly. To prevent the problem from spreading and also affecting other plants, the areas affected by the disease should be eliminated. We also avoid stagnation of water, which can lead to the reproduction of fungi.
If the white disease is in its early stages, to avoid its spread, we can resort to natural treatment. We need 1 liter of water and 2 tablespoons of it Sodium bicarbonate. We prepare this mixture and sprinkle it on all parts of the plant. The treatment is carried out twice a week and on sunny days.
On the other hand, if the white disease has spread and affected all parts of the plant, then we must necessarily resort to other, more invasive treatments.
Few people know that in order to have healthy and fragrant roses and avoid this dangerous disease, it is necessary to use a natural, homemade product.
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