Wyckoff, Jeff
March 2012
American Rose;Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p3
The author discusses two topics on roses. The first is about choosing the appropriate articles to put in the society's many publications. He points out that the Editorial Advisory Committee needs to discern which articles can be publish for national circulation and for local circulation. The second topic is about pesticides. He describes what majority of rose gardeners practices and he also clarifies two commonly held beliefs in the use of pesticides.


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