A new rose rosette review from a scientist's viewpoint.

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Re: A new rose rosette review from a scientist's viewpoint.

Post: # 66364Post Plazbo
Sat Oct 14, 2017 4:27 pm

While RRV doesn't affect me (yet, hopefully never though...Australia) from the bits I keep reading only R. palustris and R. spinosissima appear to be consistently mentioned. Everything else is mixed in that some say X is resistant, while others report X has been infected. It may fall into the warning that Paul Barden mentioned in the last thread on RRV to not conclude that a resistant individual is species wide (and so inversely an infected individual wouldn't necessarily mean a species wide weakness), I do find it interesting to see how little is known and how little can be determined at this point.

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