Roses forum→RRD Identification Help Needed

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Grapevine, Texas (Zone 8a)
LindsayG
Dec 1, 2020 11:59 AM CST
Hello all! I'd like to get your expert opinions: does my Red Ribbons have RRD? Thanks in advance.

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Name: Porkpal
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porkpal
Dec 1, 2020 3:15 PM CST
I don't think so. Let's see what others have to say.
Porkpal
Name: Daniel
Los Angeles (Zone 10b)
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Dciau1
Dec 1, 2020 4:04 PM CST
I don't think so either but i'm not a professional either

Let's see what the others have to say as well!
Name: Amanda
KC metro area, Missouri (Zone 6a)
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pepper23
Dec 1, 2020 6:18 PM CST
Last picture was hard to see detail but it looks like new growth to me. RRD puts our witches brooms.
Name: seil
St Clair Shores, MI (Zone 6a)
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seilMI
Dec 1, 2020 6:30 PM CST
For one thing that growth is still too young and small to really tell what it is. However, MANY roses start out with red new growth. I would wait for it to grow some more before I would make any judgement on it.
Grapevine, Texas (Zone 8a)
LindsayG
Dec 1, 2020 6:58 PM CST
Red Ribbons' new growth is certainly red. The aspect that concerns me is how the growth is all in one dense, tangled-up clump on an otherwise leafless cane. If it's not RRD, then something else is going on, but I'm not sure what else it might be.
Grapevine, Texas (Zone 8a)
LindsayG
Dec 2, 2020 10:16 AM CST
OK, so here's my immediate plan: cut the suspicious cane back to the ground, and keep a close eye on this plant for the next few months, and then especially when the spring growth spurt hits. I'm in Texas, and my roses don't go fully dormant during the winter.

Thanks to seilMI, porkpal, pepper23, and dciau1 for weighing in. Thank You!

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