Roses forum→Knockout rose problem

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Coushatta, LA (Zone 7b)
Apr 30, 2018 12:53 PM CST
Does anyone know why my knockout rose looks like this? 2 out of 3 look this way. Both were planted 10 yrs ago, and the 3rd was planted 1 year ago. The younger rose hasnt developed much, if any, of this. Should I remove them? If so, is it safe to plant more roses in same area? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!
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Name: Porkpal
Richmond, TX
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Apr 30, 2018 1:23 PM CST
You could have rose rosette disease there. I have never experienced it, but that looks awfully red and thorny for a knockout. I hope someone with more experience will soon be along to advise you.
Name: Greg Chrislip
Memphis, TN (Zone 7b)
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Apr 30, 2018 2:53 PM CST
I had a branch appear on my Knockout that appeared to be Rose Rosette, I pruned out at the soil level. The rose is now fine 2 years later.
Coushatta, LA (Zone 7b)
Apr 30, 2018 8:43 PM CST
I thought it might be rose rosette after doing some research. I had a single branch like this come up last year and pruned it out. But almost every branch looks like this now. Thank you for the responses!

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