Questions about: Fertilising

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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
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David
Answer: Dear David, As long as the product is kept in a cool dust free environment it should not deteriorate and will be effective when using to fertilise ...
Answered: 09:19AM, 03 Jun 2010
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Ross
Answer: Dear Ross, Selecting a fertiliser for blueberries can be complex at times. The plant doesn’t like nitrates, the main inorganic source of nit...
Answered: 01:19PM, 31 May 2010
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debbie
Answer: You can feed your cyclemen now because they may be or will be in flower as they are a cool climate plant.
Category: Fertilising
Tags: general
Answered: 12:41PM, 18 May 2010
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Catherine
Answer: Hi there Catherine, yes, you can use sulphate of potash on your orchids.
Category: Fertilising
Tags: orchids
Answered: 02:30PM, 13 May 2010
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Valerie
Answer: Dear Valerie, Fertilising is best done when the plant is actively growing. This is usually done from spring through to autumn. There are different ...
Category: Fertilising
Answered: 03:36PM, 30 Apr 2010
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Janet
Answer: Hi Janet,it is generally a good idea to vary between organic and inorganic fertilisers. Yates has recently introduced the Dynamic Lifter Advanced r...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: fertilisers
Answered: 08:25AM, 21 Apr 2010
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Lynda
Answer: Dear Lynda, Compost mixes are such a variable product that it is difficult to make a comment on the outcome when mixed with existing soils. What w...
Answered: 09:22AM, 19 Apr 2010
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Maureen
Answer: If this is a heavy loam or clay based soil, you may need to break up into large clods with a crow bar then reduce these with a mattock, then a spad...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: soil
Answered: 12:54PM, 16 Apr 2010
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evelyn
Answer: Hi Evelyn, not sure what type of plants you refer to but for annual bedding plants to not flower abundantly usually means either lack of sun or too...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: annuals
Answered: 07:34AM, 09 Apr 2010