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Saturday, May 28, 2005

Gardening *TIP OF THE WEEK* Rose pruning NZ.

When pruning roses make sure your tools are sharp, good tool maintenance will ensure you lower the risk of spreading disease between plants and leave cuts cleaner so they can heal fast, without further threat of disease entering through poorly cut wood and rough wounds.
Loppers, secataurs, and pruning saws can be kept clean of disease when moving from one plant to the next by spraying the cutting surface of all your tool's with methylated spirits between plants.
If you require assistance with roses you can contact us at NZLANDSCAPES.com HERE.

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