Question & Answers

Dickman, John T.
May 2008
American Rose;May/Jun2008, Vol. 39 Issue 13, p21
The article presents questions and answers related to roses, covering such topics as the fungal control properties of the anti-transpirant Wilt-Pruf, rose chromosomes and making alfalfa compost tea.


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