Slide 2: How to Cure Black Spots on Roses

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Black spot is caused by a fungal disease that occurs in warm, wet weather and affects roses in all regions. Leaves develop black spots on the upper side, turn yellow, and fall off. To combat black spot, be sure to plant disease-resistant varieties, in locations that receive plenty of sunshine and air circulation, and don’t overwater!


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