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02:41PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Category: Roses
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02:41PM, 20 Oct 2009
Judy
my roses in pots have suffered with the heat lately & are looking very brown on the leaves.

What can I do to revive them? I have given them extra hand watering to our 2 days a week reticulation & am reluctant to fertilise as the new growth will get burnt.

Submitted: 09:10PM, 25 Feb 2014
Answer: Hi Judy,
The best thing to do if your experiencing hot weather and your roses are a bit stressed is to use a product called Yates uplift plant starter and root booster. Its a root tonic that will help their roots become stronger especially while the weather is hot. Avoid fertilising when its hot.

http://www.yates.com.au/products/organic-gardening/fertiliser/yates-uplift-organic-plant-starter-root-booster/

Category: Roses
Tags: roses
Answered: 12:57PM, 12 Mar 2014

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