Roses forum→Anyone know what's happening to my rose?

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Westlake, California
Jackiesimpson
Jun 4, 2020 6:54 PM CST
Hi, I'm very new to gardening and i can't figure out what's happening to my Sexy rexy rose. Is this RRD?? Any help is much appreciated!
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DaisyI
Jun 4, 2020 7:22 PM CST
Welcome!

Its either RRD or herbicide drift.
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Westlake, California
Jackiesimpson
Jun 4, 2020 7:29 PM CST
DaisyI said: Welcome!

Its either RRD or herbicide drift.



OMG! I just googled it and did and image search for herbicide drift and that is it exactly! wow. I am never using round up again! Gonna have to pull out weeds by hand from now on. Looks like I got my work cut out for me. Thank you so much for the response!
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vaporvac
Jun 4, 2020 10:16 PM CST
I had the same thing happen, but it was in areas on the other side of my house and cuttings that were not ever near RU. Did you have a cold Spring or a very cold snap after a warm period? This seems to be the cause of mine and now the the 80sF have hit, I have seem the beginning of some normal growth. However, RU will give this growth also. Since it's on all the canes and other growth and canes look normal, it seems NOT to be RRD.
Westlake, California
Jackiesimpson
Jun 4, 2020 10:45 PM CST
vaporvac said:I had the same thing happen, but it was in areas on the other side of my house and cuttings that were not ever near RU. Did you have a cold Spring or a very cold snap after a warm period? This seems to be the cause of mine and now the the 80sF have hit, I have seem the beginning of some normal growth. However, RU will give this growth also. Since it's on all the canes and other growth and canes look normal, it seems NOT to be RRD.


Yes temps have been all over the place this spring. Knowing its not RRD is great news

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