Together, stalk and foliage form a broom shape, which has given rose rosette disease the nickname "witch's broom."
Together, stalk and foliage form a broom shape, which has given rose rosette disease the nickname "witch's broom."
M.A. Hansen/Virginia Cooperative Extension .
published Monday, June 3rd, 2013
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