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Crown Rot

Crown Rot

Nothing takes the bloom off a rose like crown rot. Infected leaves develop circular areas that turn reddish, then tan, then straw-colored. Dark brown to black rot appears on the roots, crowns and bases of stems, and light masses of fungal spores emerge. Find the Best

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