Questions about: Fertilising

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Saffronne
Answer: Dear Saffronne, Thrive Citrus Food is a granular fertiliser which contains the necessary nutrients and trace elements required to produce good stro...
Answered: 09:59AM, 25 Jun 2010
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joy
Answer: It is important to avoid heaping Blood n Bone or any organic fertiliser in the garden as dogs will find these products attractive to eat. If your d...
Answered: 12:35PM, 21 Jun 2010
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Marvic
Answer: Hi Marvic, without a little more info, such as what you are going to grow and what the existing soil is like, I can only answer generally but would...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: compost
Answered: 07:10AM, 11 Jun 2010
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janice
Answer: Dear Jan, Garden Gold is not an organic fertiliser. If you grow organically and wish to use an organic fertiliser, the one for you to use would be ...
Answered: 01:36PM, 16 Jun 2010
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Marvic
Answer: Dear Marvic, You can continue to give regular applications of Thrive Soluble All Purpose Plant Food every 10 – 14 days. This will enable your...
Answered: 11:16AM, 10 Jun 2010
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Bernad...
Answer: Dear Bernadette, Soil with a pH of 9.5 seems extremely high. Have you had the pH confirmed at that figure? I would refer you to a book called Gard...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: general, lower pH
Answered: 10:25AM, 16 Jun 2010
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jasmin
Answer: Hi Jasmin, for most plants it is generally possible to apply at double strength as an occasional application however you have applied at around 2.5...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: fertilisers
Answered: 06:55AM, 08 Jun 2010
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Janet
Answer: Dear Janet, Magnesium deficiency shows up as yellowing between leaf veins which stay green. You will notice this leaf yellowing especially on the ...
Answered: 12:27PM, 15 Jun 2010
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Robert...
Answer: Hi Bob, this concentrate product now called Yate’s Nature’s Way Multi-Nutrient Booster. Contains the same components of Dynamic Lifter...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: fertiliser
Answered: 01:31PM, 07 Jun 2010
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gloria
Answer: Your mulberry tree is colouring up yellow as a response to the cooler weather.Its leaves will fall shortly but reappear in spring. There is no need...
Answered: 10:57AM, 09 Jun 2010