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I had black spot on rose stems and witches broom - cut them way back and sprayed with a fungicide in the spring, now the witches boom is back

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Fertilize them and make sure they have plenty of water after fertilizing. It's bset to have mulch around them at this time of year. You can cut them back some, depending on size but, leave enough to give shade beneath plant for the roots. Best time to trim them would be spring, before the major heat. You don't want the root system soaked all the time so, with the mulch, maybe water every other day, in the morning, to let water soak in and dissapate.
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Yeah the freeze a bit but if you cut them low and pile straw on them they ride out the winter ok. I cut mine in the fall and pile leaves on them.

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