by Barbara Fohmin
My roses are have a white powdery mildew on them. What is the best way to avoid this and how to I control it.
I like to get rid of it.
The best way to prevent a lot of mildew is to keep your roses deep watered frequently.
Roses who are allowed to dry out and go without watering, are attacked by mildew 3 times as much as well watered roses.
So the answer to your question about roses mildew control would be to spray with Ortho Rose Pride Rose & Shrub Disease Control.
Rake and destroy infected leaves and in the fall.
Click here to read or post comments
Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Contact Me Directly.