Growing Rhubarb

I planted a rhubarb plant last year and did very little in terms of pulling stalks so as to not ruin the crown. This year, the left over leaves were soggy. I pulled them off, very easily. Now I have "dirt", but can feel maybe the crown. Should I have pulled the soggy leaves? When will I see if the rhubarb will bloom?

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November 22, 20170 found this helpful

You have crown rot. You have to dig out and destroy the infected plants.

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