Questions about: Roses

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Gary
Answer: The white scaly growth on your rose stems sounds like rose scale. This pest is best controlled with Lime Sulphur during winter when the rose is dor...
Category: Roses
Answered: 05:18PM, 10 Oct 2013
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Carley
Answer: The best time to move roses is during winter – when they are dormant. You could probably move them now, (preferably on a cooler day) but be p...
Category: Roses
Answered: 03:40PM, 16 Sep 2013
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Pam
Answer: Hi Pam, yes you can grow a Mr Lincoln rose in a pot. You will need to use a pot from about 300mm to 500mm and a good free draining premium potting ...
Category: Roses
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Answered: 02:01PM, 23 Aug 2013
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Judith
Answer: Hi Judith, When spraying your roses with Lime Sulfur after they have been pruned, you can also use the same solution to spray the soil in the beds ...
Answered: 10:58AM, 23 Aug 2013
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MARY
Answer: Hi Mary, You can use the Agri Boost Organic based fertiliser just the same as you would use any other organic fertiliser. It still has all the nec...
Answered: 03:52PM, 19 Aug 2013
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Christine
Answer: Hi Christine, We only have a product registered for curl grubs in lawns unfortunately we don’t have a product that will treat them in your ga...
Category: Roses
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Answered: 09:45AM, 15 Aug 2013
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Peter
Answer: Hi Peter, Lime Sulfur is still used on roses after they have been pruned to clean up any pests or diseases that tend to over-winter on the bush. T...
Answered: 02:19PM, 19 Jul 2013
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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...
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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