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Root rot knocks out roses




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June 22, 2016 | 1,013 views | Post a comment

Q. We planted a row of knockout roses. They did well but now they are dying one by one. To make them easy to water, the roses were planted in a bit of a trench. Sometimes the water sits on the ground in the trench after heavy rains. When I check the plants that have died, I can just pull the plants out of the ground. What is the problem and what can we do to stop the remaining roses from dying? . . .

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