By Ralph E. Mitchell
One problem of roses, and hundreds of other plants, is a disease called crown gall. It is caused by a bacterial disease that produces tumor-like growths on the stem of the plant near the soil level. Sometimes an ailment ... READ MORE
For gardeners, rose enthusiasts and rosarians, each of the many rose diseases is as important as the others. But we can say for sure Crown Gall is one of the most unsightly of the many rose diseases that can been seen currently.
The disease ... READ MORE
A: I appreciate the photo you sent and I suspect the culprit is most likely a disease called Crown gall. Crown gall is commonly found as growths on the roots or stems of plants in the rose family especially the genus Prunus. Prunus includes ... READ MORE