I would have to know a bit more about what you are growing and how. Root rot generally happens with indoor plants that have poor drainage, or in hydroponic systems which do not aerate properly. Essentially the problem is related to the roots not getting enough oxygen, which leads to decay. Generally the problem is untreatable. In indoor plants, it is necessary to make sure the plant is getting proper drainage. In outdoor plants, it is best to water only when the soil is dry.
My question was regarding the repurposed rain gutter planters. If there are no holes in the bottom of the gutter than during a heavy rain the gutters would over flow loosing soil etc along with holding water in.
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