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June 13, 2007

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I think it is probably OK to spray a little fungus-killer on the roses. As long as you just treat the leaves, and don't saturate the ground, the tomotoes will be safe.

Maybe we could rub the anti-fungus stuff on the leaves? Those roses look terrible!

Oh, too bad your roses suck.
I hate to grow roses. If I move to a house with roses, I do assisted euthanasia. (Which is suicide with two people helping.)
But your tomatoes look great.

I couldn't care less about the roses. It's a cruel, cruel world.

Try mixing milk half-and-half with water and spraying it on your rose leaves. It can halp with mildew and won't hurt your tomatoes. Next time you might want to put the tomatoes a little farther away from the roses, since shade and humidity make mildew worse.

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