Gardening Tips : How to Cure Fungus on Roses

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The number one cause of fungal disease on roses is over watering, and to cure fungus on roses, spray the plant with milk. Detect fungus on roses by identifying black spots and yellow leaves using in this free video on gardening from the owner of a landscaping company. Expert: Bill Elzey Contact: www.showplacelawns.com Bio: Bill Elzey is the owner and manager of Showplace Lawns in Austin, Texas. Filmmaker: Todd Green

8 Responses to “Gardening Tips : How to Cure Fungus on Roses”

  1. springflower68 says:

    😉 He might talk slow…lol..but I like his idea! Thanks for the tips. I would love to see my roses gets healthy again. Thanks! 😉

  2. shortytimmy says:

    make me sleep……….

  3. skmetz says:

    @tritonvee10 WHAT? is this a joke?

  4. tritonvee10 says:

    It is illegal to spray roses with milk.

  5. MasterVeggie says:

    Say no to chemicals! They are harmful to our enclosed bubble (environment) and harmful to our wallets! Yes there is a more effective way of dealing with fungus than using store bought junk. Milk and water is one way, another way is by diluting some strong chamomile tea in a hose sprayer and spray the roses until it runs of into the ground.

  6. 19HARLEY58 says:

    This was great information. I can’t wait to try it. Thanks

  7. spartaeus says:

    I have fungus on my roses because of the wet, humid weather. Yesterday I got some fungicide and hosed them down yesterday and today, but I’ll try the milk. I’d rather go as organic as possible. Thanks.

  8. ecoloscabos says:

    I have the black spot on onw of my rose bushes. I am reluctant to using chemichals on my roses. Im trying to care for them in an “organic” manner. Ill give the milk spraying a try. thanks for the tip.

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