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clivia mniata yellow. was planted in ground over six months ago and still has not established?

Submitted: 11:11AM, 23 Jun 2016
Answer: Hello Jamie,

Have you considered soil pH? Clivias do prefer a soil pH of 5.5 to 6.5, with higher pH levels inhibiting the availability of some nutrients.

To lower soil pH, try Yates Soil Acidifier, Liquid Sulfur. You can see a picture of the product using the below link.
http://www.yates.com.au/images/au/products/fertilising/yates-soil-acidifer-liquid-sulfur.jpg
To raise soil pH, try Yates Hydrangea Pinking Liquid Lime & Dolomite. More information is available here:
http://www.yates.com.au/products/fertilising/specialised/yates-hydrangea-pinking-liquid/

Feed longer term with Yates Thrive Roses & Flowers Liquid Plant Food. It’s a complete liquid plant food that provides your flowering plants with the balanced nutrients they require for healthy growth and flower production. Use regularly during the flowering season, for best results. For more information, click here:
http://www.yates.com.au/products/fertilising/water-soluble/thrive-concentrate-roses-and-flowers-plant-food/

Kind regards,

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Category: General
Tags: clivia, pH
Answered: 03:57PM, 23 Jun 2016

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