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#411364 Apr 27th, 2022 at 11:45 PM
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I got some great advice here a couple of weeks back to feed my rose to stop blackspot. I've been feeding but the plant seems not to be recovering.
On close inspection I see that it is infested with some horrible bug. Can anyone tell me what it is, how to get rid of it and any other tips that might help this year old climber which isn't looking in great health?
Any help gratefully received.
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You have rose aphids now as well. If it was a light infestation I'd use dish soap in water to spray them but it looks like you might have to use Neem oil. Honestly, I'd cut it back a few inches to the ground and throw away every piece of branch and leaf....then spray the ground and left over root stalk with insecticide. Sorry.


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