The rose has long been considered the flower of kings. The perfect beauty that any rose possesses made it possible to call roses the real queen of flowers. But, like any living creature, roses are susceptible to various diseases, therefore they require careful care and care. Any professional florist will tell you that these flowers, like a person, exhibit his symptoms at the beginning of the disease, which allows for prompt treatment.
Let's talk more about the diseases that royal plants are susceptible to. So, the first milieu on the list is downy mildew, the causative agent of which is the fungus pseudoperonospora, which appears in the month of July. Violet spots appear on the leaves and rose petals, which is easy to confuse with ordinary dew. Depending on the variety, spots can be located both along the central veins of the leaf, and throughout the structure. This leads to the inevitable deformation of the leaves on the stem of the rose, and further blackening and cracks in the bud.
Affected by this disease, the bushes usually lag behind in growth from their counterparts, and the signs that allow you to calculate the disease that struck the flower in time can easily be confused with the effects of the defeat of the stem with pesticides. Unfortunately, excessive humidity contributes to the spread of the disease, while in the hot season the disease is practically not transmitted. More often than others, tea and bush varieties of roses are exposed to the disease, while rose hips are practically immune to the disease.
Leaf Septorisis is a disease that results in white spots on the leaves, which, due to their size, merge with each other. As a distinguishing feature, these spots are limited by a dark red border, which gradually grows into black dotted bodies called pycnids by the fall.
Cercorosparosis of leaves is a serious disease caused by a fungus of the same name. Red spots appear on the leaves, which, subsequently, die off, covered with a coating of olive-colored mycelium.
Of course, this is not a complete list of diseases to which royal flowers are susceptible. Speaking about their prevention, it is worth noting that everything depends only on your experience, as well as the attention paid to the garden. To do this, watering plants is limited in protected ground, and adequate ventilation is provided to the flowers. The use of specialized chemicals can prevent various diseases, which help in the fight against pests and fungal spores. If you were not lucky, and some roses nevertheless underwent a pathogenic effect, then the affected shoots are carefully cut, as well as the flowers are sprayed with 0.2 percent baseazole solution. Separately, we note that close attention should be paid to specialized chemical solutions, which will allow you to keep your flowers in perfect condition as much as possible.
We hope this article was useful to you, and now your garden will delight your eyes!