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A climbing rose bush that was healthy this Spring suddenly has leaves turning yellow & wilting

The change in my climbingrose bush was very sudden.  One day beautiful, 2 days later yellow and wilted leaves and dying.  What can I do to save it ?
asked May 8, 2015 by Katie

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Check the soil Ph level, rose requires at least a Ph of 5, also mix 2 tsp. of baking powder (not soda) into 1 qt. warm water, and pour the mixture around the base of your rose plants, it may take a few days for the plant to respond. If there are no change after 4 days repeat and wait again.  You should do fine.
answered Jun 29, 2015 by Birdymckee (23,640 points)

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