Questions about: Roses

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Debbie
Answer: You should find the following link provides some great info about rose pruning. http://www.treloarroses.com.au/default.asp?contentID=47
Category: Roses
Tags: rose pruning
Answered: 11:25AM, 09 Jul 2013
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Jerry
Answer: Perhaps you can alternate between Triforine and Yates Rose Shield. Both products contain a systemic fungicide however the Rose Shield also contains...
Category: Roses
Answered: 02:55PM, 04 Jun 2013
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NORMAN
Answer: As you have experienced, rose scale is particularly hard to control. If manageable, we suggest you use the toothbrush technique initially, to physi...
Category: Roses
Answered: 04:19PM, 19 Mar 2013
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albert
Answer: Hi Albert, We would suggest you use a product called Rose Shield. This product can be used every 10 days to 2 weeks to gain good control.
Answered: 02:35PM, 13 Feb 2013
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Margaret
Answer: Hi Margaret, Over the past month, we have experienced some fairly harsh weather with high temperatures and lack of rain. It is not surprising our p...
Answered: 04:23PM, 18 Jan 2013
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Helen
Answer: Hi Helen, Normally when plants are not flowering it is because their isn’t enough potassium in the soil. Try using a product called act Actic...
Category: Roses
Tags: roses
Answered: 01:24PM, 10 Dec 2012
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Klaus
Answer: Both Rose Shield and Triforine contain a systemic fungicide that will prevent black spot in roses.
Category: Roses
Answered: 04:52PM, 05 Nov 2012
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jenna
Answer: Hi Jenna, Rose cuttings can be taken from early summer to winter. Choose a strong stem and remove the top section of the stem as it is too weak. Af...
Category: Roses
Tags: clonex, roses
Answered: 01:09PM, 10 Oct 2012
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Heather
Answer: Hi Heather, A pH of 6-7 in your rose bed is quite acceptable. Incorporating lots of organic matter into the soil and feeding your roses with a fer...
Category: Roses
Answered: 01:48PM, 27 Sep 2012
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Julie
Answer: Hi Julie, The rose is affected by mosaic virus. It is important to clean the secateurs when pruning or cutting flowers to avoid spreading this viru...
Category: Roses
Answered: 09:49AM, 10 Sep 2012