Questions about: Fertilising

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bianca
Answer: Hi Bianca, The product that you applied is not a Yates product. You might like to look on the packaging for the manufacturers contact details. I ...
Answered: 12:13PM, 23 Dec 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
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Graeme
Answer: Hi Graeme, if you would like to feed your elkhorns using a organic fertiliser would be the pest option like yates uplift. Its has fish emulsion and...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: fertilising
Answered: 02:47PM, 06 Nov 2014
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Rebecca
Answer: Yates Dynamic Lifter Plus Flower Food is an excellent fertiliser for both tibouchinas and camellias.
Answered: 05:00PM, 04 Nov 2014
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Colleen
Answer: Fuchsias will benefit from small amounts of Dynamic Lifter Plus Flower Food or Thrive Roses and Flowers Liquid Plant Food. The NPK of both products...
Answered: 05:13PM, 21 Oct 2014
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Rose
Answer: Hi Rose, A tea tree mulch is normally the best mulch or a leaf mulch. http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s1484684.htm
Category: Fertilising
Tags: mulch
Answered: 03:46PM, 29 Oct 2014
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Robin
Answer: A fertiliser with this nutrient ratio would not be available in Australia – it would have to be specifically formulated.
Answered: 04:39PM, 01 Dec 2014
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robyn
Answer: Hi Robyn, You can use Dynamic lifter organic plant food, and at this time of the year try some sulphate of potash that will help with flower and fr...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: fruit trees
Answered: 02:41PM, 10 Oct 2014
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Norm
Answer: Hi Norm, Because you have just laid the lawn its best to use regular applications of a seaweed solution,this will help the roots establish and help...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: lawns
Answered: 11:57AM, 08 Oct 2014
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George
Answer: Hi George, You can use Dynamic lifter organic plant food, you can feed in the spring before the hot weather. Make sure you water in well.
Category: Fertilising
Tags: general
Answered: 03:50PM, 29 Sep 2014