Slow Release

Slow release fertilisers feed gently over a long period. Nutrient release can be slower because the particles are compressed into hard-to-dissolve pellets, or because the nutrients are surrounded by a special coating. The Thrive and Nutricote ranges offer blends that are tailoredfor specific plant types.

Read More About: Garden Gold Fertiliser

Garden Gold Fertiliser

A complete fertiliser for feeding all types of indoor and outdoor garden and potted plants. Rich in nitrogen for healthy green lush foliage, with balanced phosphorus and potassium for strong root growth and beautiful flowers.

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Read More About: Yates Acticote Fruit, Citrus, Trees & Shrubs

Yates Acticote Fruit, Citrus, Trees & Shrubs

A special combination of advanced fertiliser technology that gives your plants an instant release of nutrients, then continues feeding for up to 12 months

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Read More About: Yates Acticote Natives

Yates Acticote Natives

A special combination of advanced fertiliser technology that gives your plants an instant release of nutrients, then continues feeding for up to 6 months (depending on temperature and soil moisture).

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Read More About: Yates Acticote Pots & Planters

Yates Acticote Pots & Planters

A special combination of advanced fertiliser technology that gives your plants an instant release of nutrients, then continues feeding for up to 12 months (depending on temperature and soil moisture). deal for all indoor plants, patio & courtyard pots, containers, hanging baskets & garden beds.

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Read More About: Yates Acticote Roses

Yates Acticote Roses

A special combination of advanced fertiliser technology that gives your plants an instant release of nutrients, then continues feeding for up to 12 months (depending on temperature and soil moisture). Ideal for all use on all roses.

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