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What's 'Bugging' my Roses? - You Ask

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Post by Guest on 6th September 2009, 17:59

Creepy Tantrum Enraged but I soon did this Abracadabra









I would normally use Rogor but as a trail I used Yates Rose Shield, comment s would be great Bad

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Re: What's 'Bugging' my Roses? - You Ask

Post by Carole on 6th September 2009, 22:37

Gosh Cheryl, they look healthy Very Happy must really thrive on your roses Twisted Evil

As you have so many perhaps they would be nice in a 'stir fry' roflmao roflmao Dance
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Post by orchid40 on 6th September 2009, 22:40

LOL@ Carole!
Gosh Cheryl, you're having an Aphid party!
I bet they're all dead now though lol.
Is that the sort of comment you wanted ? Question

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Re: What's 'Bugging' my Roses? - You Ask

Post by Admin on 6th September 2009, 22:54

Carole wrote:As you have so many perhaps they would be nice in a 'stir fry' roflmao roflmao Dance

I reckon they are so full of rose juice maybe 'sweet and sour' would be better Carole lol!

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Re: What's 'Bugging' my Roses? - You Ask

Post by Bemo on 6th September 2009, 23:23

Cheryl, thats is nearly an invasion alien alien alien

did you breed them confused

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Post by Ozeboy on 7th September 2009, 07:58

Cheryl, I get them here like that every spring and autumn . Have tried hosing them off which reduces their numbers but spraying with Lebaycid kills them all. Pestercides reduce ones immune system so be very careful.

There has been mention of the Predator Wasp on this forum. Look through previous posts for Cree's comments. You may not have these very small wasps in your area but they are very worthwhile contolling aphids.

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Post by Guest on 7th September 2009, 13:09

Cursing bloody stir fry Headbang

and they are all gone, well 95% and the rest are dead Dance we had rain last night which washed them away Thumbsup

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