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Is there any advantage mixing dynamic lifter granules or any other dynamic product with water before applying it to your garden? Or is this a no no and a waste of time?

Submitted: 12:33PM, 17 Jan 2010
Answer: Hi Garry, the concentrated Dynamic Lifter granules and pellets are designed to avoid the need to fiddle around in water and simply just scatter or cultivate and then water in. because they are concentrated it is easy to overdo it in water too, so generally not recommended to try to make a liquid. Better off just using aged normal manures for this.

if you prefer a liquid, try Yates Natures Way Multinutrient Booster concentrate or hose-on. (see link)
http://www.yates.com.au/products/organic-gardening/fertiliser/natures-way-multi-nutrient-plant-food/

This contains chicken manure, fish emulsion, blood and bone and seaweed extract.

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