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Original Post by Sorm

Weed killer/contaminated sprayer

<p>Hi,</p>
<p>I’m hoping someone can help!</p>
<p>I stupidly got my husbands weed killer sprayer mixed up with my feed sprayer 🙁 </p>
<p>I was out spraying all my roses with a hydrogen peroxide mix (I had terrible black spot last year) and he’s just informed me I lifted his by mistake.</p>
<p>His sprayer was only used once last year and he did rinse it throughly. Do you think my roses will be ok? I’m hoping because there are no leaves and the container was used such a long time ago I might be okay?! </p>

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