Rose rust

Rose rust is a fungal disease of roses, producing orange or black spore pustules on the undersides of leaves, and orange pustules on distorted stems.

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Rose rust

Quick facts

Common name Rose rust
Scientific name Phragmidium tuberculatum
Plants affected Roses
Main symptoms Orange or black pustules on leaves, orange pustules on stems
Caused by Fungus
Timing Spring and Summer

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