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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2007 12:02 pm 
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I wondered how everyone is making out with all the rain? We had to remove all the dishes under our patio flowers to prevent them from drowning. One hibiscus bit the dust anyway. Roses are having a tough time and I cannot get out to spray them often enough before it rains. Of course my sprays are organic, potassium bicarbonate, baking soda, Garret Juice, garlic, and a bit of horicultural oil. I spray all the plants outdoors with that mixture. I am going to add some corn meal juice as well becasue the black spot on all roses, antique or not, is very bad. I decided to tri them a bit to see if I can stimulate new growth around the bottom parts fo the roses. Any other ideas for the roses?


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Not really. Anything you do will get washed off.

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