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These pests are related toThese pests are related to the rose bush being indoors for too long. Roses aren't naturally indoor plants and many problems will arise as the mites won't have their natural predators indoors. You may want to consider freshly repotting in a larger pot .You can also use a miticide such as Bayer's 3-in-1--or, just fill a bucket with soapy water (1/2 tsp dish detergent per gallon if water), and dip the plant upside-down to remove the bugs. Repeat once a week for at least 3 weeks (the mites have a 10-day life cycle), and maybe once a month afterwards. Mist your plant occasionally, too. However, the main thing is to move your plant outdoors or in the ground as soon as weather allows. 

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