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enter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereI have purchased rose plant from nursery.

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But it has black spots on the stem. I have already applied systemic and contact fungicide. Now I Transplanted it 7 days ago enter image description herenow all the leaves have fallen.How to solve this problem?

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Any suggestions

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    Just a thought - you seem to have a rather liberal approach when it comes to applying fungicide. And see declining plants. Have you considered that you may be doing too much?
    – Stephie
    Feb 18 at 7:40
  • @Stephie I agree with you, and perhaps that's what killing OP's most plants, when they aren't in need of the fungicide, the more and the needless does more harm than all the good.
    – Jayparth
    Feb 18 at 8:04
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    @Sunild The thing is such that, you shouldn't always be applying fungicides. As also, not with that proportion you administer. Fungicides should be left for application explicitly after pruning your plants or if your plants show the symptoms of fungal diseases. I can understand that you care a lot for plants and are willing to take precautions so as not allow them to catch fungal diseases. However, application of fungicides at such a rate does more harm than good. Apply only after pruning or if they show symptoms of infection and refer to pamphlet provided for correct dosage.
    – Jayparth
    Feb 18 at 16:53
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    @Jayparth thanks for your information.
    – Sunild
    Feb 20 at 16:57
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    @Jayparth as you said I have placed the rose plant in cotton bag for humidification I have attached photo.
    – Sunild
    Feb 22 at 17:33

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