rose chafer


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rose chafer

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The rose chafer, usually iridescent metallic green but sometimes bronze or bluish black with coppery red underneath, is often found nibbling various blooms, especially roses.
2: Rose chafers and two-spotted spider mites appear on rose bushes.
In western states, Surround gives economic suppression of grape and variegated leafhoppers and thrips, and in eastern states of Japanese beetles, leafhoppers, leafrollers, rose chafers and thrips.