Questions about: Fertilising

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Chris
Answer: Hi Chris, Depending on what your planting you could add your compost as well and turn it into the soil together especially coming into the warmer w...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: general
Answered: 09:42AM, 08 Aug 2014
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Anne
Answer: Hi Anne, You could use a product called dynamic lifter or a slow release product called Garden gold which is a excellent product.
Category: Fertilising
Tags: fertilising
Answered: 01:08PM, 08 Aug 2014
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Tony
Answer: Worm wee is an excellent fertiliser for leafy vegetables. It is important that the wee is well diluted in water before applying. The final solution...
Category: Fertilising
Answered: 12:52PM, 07 Aug 2014
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Craig
Answer: Hi Craig, The reason for adding the lime is that peas prefer a pH of between 6 – 7. It is always a good idea to check the pH in your vege pa...
Answered: 10:09AM, 31 Jul 2014
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janine
Answer: Not all fertilisers are recommended for pot culture. I believe your lemon tree defoliated because the fertiliser that was applied was probably unsu...
Answered: 01:51PM, 21 Jul 2014
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Lois
Answer: Citrus thrive in warm areas so when winter is in full swing, they can sulk a little. Yellowing foliage is a common symptom in winter. It can be cor...
Answered: 11:54AM, 08 Jul 2014
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Peter
Answer: Hi Peter, It sounds like the trees you have planted have done extremely well over the last 7 years to be now 5 metre tall. They obviously like the ...
Answered: 03:33PM, 08 Jul 2014
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Jian
Answer: Indoor plants growing in artesian pots can be fertilised with a slow release fertiliser (Acticote for Pots and Planters)if applied to the potting ...
Answered: 03:09PM, 07 Jul 2014
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Valmai
Answer: Hi Valmai, Without knowing any details about how your plant is growing its hard to say what could be going wrong here. Most plants in the citrus fa...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: citrus
Answered: 11:31AM, 19 Jun 2014
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Beverley
Answer: Yates Natures Way Fish emulsion is boosted with inorganic NPK. Although Fish emulsion naturally contains Potassium sulfate, additional potassium su...
Answered: 11:48AM, 19 Jun 2014