Knockout Rose Bushes
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What is wrong with my Knockout Roses?

Zone St Louis, MO | carol10967 added on September 29, 2015 | Answered

The leaves have tiny holes in them. Is something eating them? What can I do?

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roseman
Answered on October 3, 2015

The tiny holes are likely caused by some small beetles that poke holes in the leaves to such out juices for their survival. Spraying the roses with a good insecticide should take care of the problem, use the least harsh insecticide first, like a Safer brand and move up if need be. The holes will not disappear but should stop being present.

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