NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Have holes in your Rose Leaves? You probably have Rose Slugs.

NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Have holes in your Rose Leaves? You probably have Rose Slugs.

Here’s Great Tip: Have holes in your Rose Leaves? You probably have Rose Slugs.


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Have you noticed lacy holes in the leaves of your Roses? These are probably caused by Rose Slugs.

These small bugs can destroy, not only the leaves of your roses, but can also kill your entire plant if you don’t take action.

Here are a few tips on how to get rid of them.

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7 Replies to “NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Have holes in your Rose Leaves? You probably have Rose Slugs.”

  1. I'm concerned that these chemicals will harm beneficial insects. What effect do these products have on the natural food chain? How do they affect butterflies and the birds that eat these insects? There must be a better solution.

  2. The product you used is called Eight? Looked for the information under in description. This is exactly what I have going on. I used a spray called Garden Safe Insecticide Soap. Any advice please?

  3. My rose bush is absolutely covered on a white powder, also the leaves are curling up. Do I need to destroy the bush? Looking forward to your comments…thank you…

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