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The root of the rose has rotted


What to do if a root of a climbing rose that has not yet been planted in the soil has rotted the root and it has fallen

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Inspect the stalk carefully for the condition of the kidneys and the trunk itself. If the rot has reached the cutting, then completely cut the root to a healthy tissue. If only parts of the roots have rotted, then cut them to healthy parts. Lower the remaining stalk (4-5 buds) into the root root for 1-2 hours, after which you can keep it in a jar of water or plant it in a container with soil. There are those who are planted in the ground, after planting the stalk in potatoes. Temperature conditions 20-25C, with regular watering and spraying. If you select the soil (sphagnum, peat, sand.), Then do not forget to cover the stalk with a jar after planting. After about 20-28 days, roots will appear. It will remain to land in a permanent place.