Questions about: Fertilising

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Sharon
Answer: If you live in a frosty area and there is the likelihood of further frost this winter, then you should wait until this likehood is over before prun...
Answered: 02:16PM, 10 Aug 2010
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Megan
Answer: Dear Megan, Epsom salts (Magnesium Sulphate) can be dissolved in water to correct a magnesium deficiency in your plants. Magnesium deficiencies ca...
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Answered: 12:30PM, 13 Aug 2010
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Tony
Answer: Dear Tony, You can choose from a number of fertilisers. Acticote + Instant Booster for Fruit, Trees & Shrubs is a slow release fertiliser that ...
Answered: 01:24PM, 12 Aug 2010
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Helen
Answer: Crotons will benefit from a fortnightly application of a soluble fertiliser such as Aquasol. We recommend you dissolve 2 level teaspoons(8 grams) o...
Answered: 09:39AM, 11 Aug 2010
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Reta
Answer: Dear Reta, I am not sure what the temperatures are like at the moment where you live, but it might be best to wait till spring before you fertilise...
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Answered: 02:57PM, 10 Aug 2010
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Trevor
Answer: If Dynamic Lifter pellets are not incorporated into the soil and left on the surface, then there is a risk of gastrointestinal “poisoningR...
Answered: 08:54AM, 04 Aug 2010
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greg
Answer: Dear Greg, At this point, seeing the tree is in its dormant stage, now is not the time to fertilise. One product you could apply is some seaweed e...
Answered: 03:26PM, 27 Jul 2010
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Michael
Answer: This fertiliser is excellent for use on figs. Apply in early spring and then again, mid to late summer.
Category: Fertilising
Answered: 10:54AM, 21 Jul 2010
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Luke
Answer: To keep your hedge in tip top condition, fertilise your murrayas in early spring, summer and autumn with Dynamic Lifter.
Answered: 02:35PM, 19 Jul 2010
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Joy
Answer: If both plants are the same age and species then the plant that is not flowering is either lacking in potassium or may be receiving excess nitrogen...
Answered: 09:32AM, 20 Jul 2010