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Initial post 8 NOV 12 by Jay-Jay
This rose is susceptible for Pseudoperonospora sparsa, or false mildew.
Reply #2 of 4 posted 7 APR 16 by sutekesh
Jay-Jay is referring to downy mildew see
Reply #3 of 4 posted 7 APR 16 by Jay-Jay
You're right Sutekesh, I chose to use the Latin name, for else I only could translate the Dutch "Valse Meeldauw"; to False Mildew", but it of-course is Downy Mildew!
Stems get purplish-blueish spots, that expand and the next year those canes/stems die.
The leafs get at the underside a grayish layer, the leaves rot or dry depending the weather and fall off!
Reply #4 of 4 posted 7 DEC by MKGarden
Thanks, Jay Jay for posting your opinion. It’s nice to see a review by a friendly face. Keep up the amazing job you’re doing on YouTube! I’m a huge fan!
Reply #5 of 4 posted 7 DEC by Jay-Jay
Best MKGarden, You're welcome,

Which job on YouTube?
I'm not aware of doing anything on YouTube. That has to be a mix-up.

Best regards, Jay-Jay.
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Initial post 1 DEC 21 by steve fritz
How is your hybridizing coming along?

Do you have any pictures to post?
Reply #1 of 1 posted 4 DEC 21 by sutekesh
Hi Steve, still at it and coming along slowly. Some of my roses are already available commercially and a couple of are being tested. Thank you for asking.
I post photos under my member name sutekesh.
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