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Rots can affect many different plants, from grasses to trees and shrubs. With grasses, Pythium is the most detrimental type of root rot, and we recommend you search for pesticides labeled for the treatment of Pythium, rather than searching for rots. Rhizoctonia is another disease pathogen than readily affects turf and other plants through root rotting and has it’s own category we recommend. The pesticides in this category tend to focus on rots found specifically in tree and shrubs and include root, collar, and crown rots that can cause a lot of damage in the landscape. Diseases that cause root rot include Armillaria Root Rot, Dematophora Root Rot, and numerous rots caused by Phytophthora to name the most common pathogens. These diseases can cause severe damage and death to all sorts of plants from garden plants all the way to large trees. The best ways to prevent such pathogens from causing damage is always plant resistant varieties whenever possible and try to ensure proper drainage, as significant, persistent soil moisture is a major contributing factor. When looking for how to treat root rots in your plants, it is important you do your best to try to identify what type of rot you are having issues with. Rots caused by phytophthora, rhizoctonia, and Pythium pathogens all can be treated to varying degrees with professional fungicides that have a focus on these soil-borne diseases, while rots caused by Dematophora and Armillaria are much less treatable.