Goosefoot Plants

Goosefoot Plant

Anonymous added on March 7, 2011 | Answered

I have got some goosefoot plants. They had become trailers. Last summer I cut off the stems. Now in spring, the plants are not growing and one or two new leaves have come up but they are shriveled. The plants do not look healthy. They are placed outside in a partly shady area. Note: We have received lots of rain recently.

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Answered on March 7, 2011

They may have root rot and be dying. This article will explain how to treat it:

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