GRaves, Claude
July 2010
American Rose;Jul/Aug2010, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p68
The article presents a first-year report for the Easy-Tea Hybrid Tea Rose Research Project. It aims to identify specific cultivars of hybrid tea roses that show superior tolerance to blackspot. The project asserts that there are hybrid tea roses that have better natural-disease tolerance compared to hybrid tea roses. A research on blackspot on roses was held by the project at the American Rose Center in Shreveport, Louisiana. Also noted is the awarding of the EarthKind designation to only 11 varieties in the 117 cultivars of the original research.


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