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02:41PM, 20 Oct 2009
Answer: Spray the foliage regularly with Triforine, Ros...
Category: Roses
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02:41PM, 20 Oct 2009
Jared
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Hi, I have a rose bush where I have noticed some leaves are yellowing and looking a bit sick. While some leaves towards the top of the shrub are looking a bit shrivelled with white/ grey areas. The bush was pruned late winter and spayed with lime sulphur and is fed on a monthly basis since. What is the cause %26 what can I do to stop this from getting worse. Thanks for your help.

Submitted: 08:28PM, 06 Oct 2014
Answer: Hi There Jared,
Unfortunately your photo hasn’t come through for us to see. When your growing roses make sure they are growing in the full sun with plenty of drainage. They don’t like water over their leaves because this leads to fungal problems, and they like mulch around their roots to help prevent fungal problems like black spot from being spread around. If your tree looks weak try using some seaweed concentrate on a regular basis to start with to try and stimulate new growth.
Category: Roses
Tags: roses
Answered: 09:22AM, 12 Nov 2014

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