Questions tagged: fertiliser

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Answer: When growing herbs in pots ensure that they are planted in a good quality Yates Potting mix which contains a slow realease fertiliser. Regular appl...
Answered: 01:14PM, 23 Oct 2009
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Raewyn
Answer: To encourage new growth and to maintain the health of the young fruit that is present on your Lots of Lemons, ensure that you have applied a good q...
Answered: 03:40PM, 29 Oct 2009
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Steve
Answer: Hi Steve, soil surface area and the coverage of the plant’s surface or feeder roots are the basis for fertiliser amounts, not the soil volume...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: fertiliser
Answered: 07:46AM, 04 Dec 2009
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Caroline
Answer: Dear Caroline, One should always exercise caution when using fertilisers around pets. When you are fertilising your plants in pots, hose off that ...
Category: Fertilising
Answered: 01:37PM, 08 Jan 2010
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David
Answer: Dear David, As long as the product is kept in a cool dust free environment it should not deteriorate and will be effective when using to fertilise ...
Answered: 09:19AM, 03 Jun 2010
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Answer: Hi Bob, this concentrate product now called Yate’s Nature’s Way Multi-Nutrient Booster. Contains the same components of Dynamic Lifter...
Category: Fertilising
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Answered: 01:31PM, 07 Jun 2010
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Paul
Answer: Dear Paul, Before planting carrots, be sure to incorporate some organic matter evenly throughout the soil so as to avoid the roots of the carrots ...
Category: Fertilising
Answered: 11:20AM, 13 Jul 2010
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rebecca
Answer: Dear Rebecca, I would wait till Spring before fertilising your frangipani tree. You can either use a slow release fertiliser, Acticote for fruit, ...
Answered: 12:24PM, 16 Jul 2010
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James
Answer: Dear James, If you look on the back of the packaging, it should state when the product was manufactured. If you have kept the bottle in a cool, dr...
Answered: 03:06PM, 15 Sep 2010
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Earle
Answer: Dear Earle, The dilution rate for Sulphate of Potash is to dissolve 20 grams of product into 9 litres of water and apply via a watering can over 2 ...
Answered: 03:43PM, 26 Oct 2010
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stuart
Answer: Dear Stuart, Dynamic Lifter can simply be applied to the soil in your garden beds or pots and then watered in thoroughly afterwards.
Answered: 04:12PM, 21 Dec 2010
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Alan
Answer: It is unlikely you will find this combination of elements in a fertiliser particularly one that is organically based. However, you may come close b...
Answered: 10:51AM, 02 Aug 2011
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Di
Answer: Hi Di, Some varieties of pansies are much larger than other varities and these are generally called the Giant Pansy. Other varieites produce a mu...
Category: Diseases
Tags: pansy, fertiliser
Answered: 11:26AM, 16 Sep 2011
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Olga
Answer: To encourage lateral growth I suggest you give the plant an overall light pruning and apply some fertiliser such as Dynamic Lifter.
Answered: 02:32PM, 16 Sep 2011
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ken
Answer: Hi Ken, Thrive Soluble Flower and Fruit which is added to water will help the flowering and fruiting of your chilli plant. It contains potassium w...
Answered: 04:14PM, 06 Oct 2011
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Marlane
Answer: Dear Marlane, Thank you for your email regarding the care of your roses. Dynamic Lifter for Roses has an ideal balanced formula for promoting growt...
Answered: 12:30PM, 07 Oct 2011
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Richard
Answer: Hi Richard, A fertiliser that has been specifically formulated for fruit trees is called Dynamic Lifter Advanced for Fruit & Citrus. It is an o...
Answered: 04:11PM, 21 Oct 2011
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John
Answer: Hi John, If the fertiliser has been kept in a protected shed and is quite dry and not lumpy it should be fine to use if the directions are still cl...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: fertiliser
Answered: 01:18PM, 16 Nov 2011
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Tim
Answer: Hi Tim The dilution rate of Aquasol is 16 grams (2 level spoonfuls in 10 litres of water. This product can be used in a watering can and applied t...
Answered: 10:50AM, 04 Jan 2012
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Carlo
Answer: Hi Carlo, You will need to use a fertiliser that is high in potassium like our Thrive flower and fruit. I hope this helps
Category: Fertilising
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Answered: 10:23AM, 13 Jan 2012
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kaye
Answer: Hi Kaye, The tomato concentrate fertiliser is too old to use. We generally recommend to use a product within 5 years of manufacture.
Category: Fertilising
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Answered: 09:25AM, 18 Jan 2012
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Claudette
Answer: Hi Claudette, Blood & Bone is high in nitrogen and is an excellent fertiliser to use when you are preparing your vegetable garden beds and as a...
Answered: 12:21PM, 08 Mar 2012
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tracy
Answer: Hi Tracy, You can use the Thrive Tomato Fertiliser on any fruit, vegetable or salad crop that you currently have growing. Thrive Tomato Fertiliser ...
Answered: 04:21PM, 20 Mar 2012
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liliana
Answer: Hi Liliana, You can certainly use the Yates Professional Blood & Bone plus Potash to fertilise your macadamia trees. Blood & bone has a lo...
Answered: 10:59AM, 07 May 2012
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pauline
Answer: Hi Pauline, Powerfeed is not a Yates product so I am unable to give advice on this product. If you look on the back of the packaging, I am sure you...
Answered: 03:29PM, 30 Aug 2012
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Carol
Answer: Hi Carol, Try using some sulphate of potash or Yates Thrive flower and fruit. Potassium is a mineral that aids flowering and helps prevent fungal p...
Category: General
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Answered: 01:14PM, 30 Aug 2013
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john
Answer: Thrive Soluble All purpose fertiliser is exceptionally good for feeding leafy vegetables and herbs. Apply fortnightly.
Answered: 05:06PM, 02 Oct 2013
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Robert
Answer: Hi Robert, You can use the acticote for pots,planters and garden beds. http://www.yates.com.au/products/fertilising/slow-release/yates-acticote-pot...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: fertiliser
Answered: 07:53AM, 01 Oct 2014
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Phi
Answer: Plants, like all organisms, need nutrients to survive. Aquasol is s aoluble fertiliser which provides a large range of macronutrients (those requir...
Category: Products
Answered: 01:07PM, 07 Oct 2014
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Craig
Answer: Hi Craig, We’d like to think that we have the best tomato food! We have two great options for you, an organic chicken manure option boosted w...
Category: Fertilising
Answered: 11:02AM, 05 Dec 2014