My rose leaves are dying and have webs underneath.


Spider mites are the smallest of the rose pest and sometimes can't be seen with the naked eye until you notice their webs. This pest arrives in the hot weather and stays on the underside of the leaf sucking it dry. Spray using an insecticide and make sure you get it mainly under the leaves.

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