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I have recently removed a rhobina tree and removed as many roots as possible painting the ends of the CUT roots with ZERO.
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Submitted: 12:02PM, 03 May 2019
Answer: Hi John,

Thank you for contacting Yates.

I would suggest waiting for 3 weeks before replanting around the sprayed area.

Best Regards,
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