knockout rose - Knowledgebase Question

New Port Richey, Fl
Question by cookie12
June 23, 2010
Rose was blooming then the leaves started to turn brown and the plant does not look good. I have fertilized it and sprayed with neem oil. Help


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Answer from NGA
June 23, 2010

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Browning leaves can indicate a fungal infection, fertilizer burn, or a lack of water. Neem oil sprays will help control fungal infections so you've covered that area. Roses need a deep soaking once or twice a week, depending upon weather. When you feed, be sure to follow label directions for amounts to apply. At this point, I'd suggest pruning your rose back to encourage healthy new growth. I hope your rose recovers soon!

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