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Why do I get Black Spot on my roses and how do I treat it?

Treating Black Spot on Roses: Black Spot is a common fungal disease that affects roses.

To treat it:

Prune affected leaves: Remove and dispose of infected leaves to prevent the spread of the disease.

Improve air circulation: Prune the rose bush to improve airflow and avoid overhead watering.

Apply fungicides: Fungicides containing chlorothalonil or neem oil can be used to control Black Spot on roses.

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