SUNROSA CULTURE NOTES for commercial growers:
Potting – Transplant liners/plugs into a 1 to 3-gallon pots in well-drained soil.
Water – Keep the soil moist. If the soil holds a lot of water, be careful not to overwater. Do not leave plants in standing water.
Fertilizer – Apply fertilizer when potted and maintain ongoing fertilizer program for roses.
Light – Grow in full sun for best results.
Temperature – Optimum temperatures are 55-65°F at night and 70-80°F degree days. Maintain good air circulation throughout the production area.
Pruning – For best results, keep plants well trimmed, starting about 4-6 weeks after transplant.
Crop time
1 gallon pot = 8-10 weeks
2-3 gallon pot = 12-16 weeks
Depending on culture, growing zone and season.
Disease & Pests – In trials, Sunrosa varieties have been resistant to mildew and blackspot. Monitor plants for potential pests and diseases.
Growth regulators – No growth regulator is needed. Sunrosa is naturally compact.

 

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