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Now that you have most of your heavy pruning done, it’s time to spray. A good dormant oil will help take care of pests that have made it through the winter. Be sure to spray the underside of the foliage as well as the ground around the plant. You want to make sure that when you spray with a dormant oil that the temperature will not drop below freezing for a 24-hour period. I recommend spraying with a good fungicide at this time to try to keep diseases and fungus under control. If you have roses, ARS Judge and Master Rosarian, Jimmy Moser recommends spraying with a lime sulfur spray.
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