Turkish Professor of Horticulture Breeds New Roses With Big Head Buds

July 31, 2020 TRT World

Horticultural expert, professor Soner Kazaz at Ankara University’s Faculty of Agriculture, has bred 20 local rose varieties with his team. Now, three are in the process of being officially registered.

Global Cut Flower-Rose Market is Poised to Achieve Continuing Growth

July 21, 2020 Reportspedia

The Global Cut Flower-Rose Market report gives a detailed overview of the key market drivers, restraints, and trends and analyzes the way they will affect markets development over the forecast period 2020-2027

Rose Grower Who Specializes in Hard-to-Find Varieties Comes to Marin

Burling Leong breeds, grows and sells roses on her two-acre home site in Visalia, in the San Joaquin Valley of central California. These aren’t common roses; they are hard-to-find ones that are like catnip to rose fanciers and collectors.

Study Sheds Light on Major Disease in Roses

Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in Beltsville, Maryland and their colleagues have discovered why a mite is causing extensive damages to the nation’s $250-million-a-year rose industry and why it’s so hard to detect and control. It seems the mite hides deep in the flower’s internal organs.

‘Godfather of the English Rose’ David Austin has Died

December 20, 2018 Rory Tingle, Daily Mail

A horticulturalist known as the ‘Godfather of the English Rose’ after he spent 75 years creating new breeds in his quest for the ultimate bloom has died aged 92.