What is rose replant disease?
Rose replant disease, or rose sickness as it is sometimes known, is the result of allelopathy which is the effects of one plant on another. In this case, it is thought to be the chemical secretion from one rose that is left in the soil, to which a new rose will object. Planting a new rose in another’s shoes will result in a rose that is stunted and unwell, never producing abundant bloom and a flower that, by and large, is smaller than it should be. For more information on how to avoid rose replant disorder please click here.