Questions about: Vegetables & Herbs

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Katrina
Answer: Hi Katrina, Thank you for contacting Yates. What you have on your tomato is called Catface Deformity, which is an environmental related abnormalit...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: Catface, Tomato
Answered: 10:29AM, 12 Feb 2019
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Meghan
Answer: Hi Meghan, Thank you for contacting Yates. A greenhouse is a great way to germinate seeds before transplanting to a veggie patch or pots. Best loca...
Answered: 01:51PM, 11 Feb 2019
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Barry
Answer: Hi Barry, Thank you for contacting Yates. Yes, You can add an additive to help the product coat better on cabbage. Try adding eco- Oil at the ratio...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: additive, Dipel
Answered: 10:15AM, 11 Feb 2019
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Eric
Answer: Hi Eric, Thank you for contacting Yates. We don’t recommend applying Yates Success Ultra to your sweet corn to control caterpillars, as it is...
Answered: 04:57PM, 08 Feb 2019
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Serena
Answer: Hi Serena, Thank you for contacting Yates. Fruit trees are very territorial so planting any producing or hungry plants near their base can result i...
Answered: 04:52PM, 08 Feb 2019
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Kathy
Answer: Hi Kathy, Thank you for contacting Yates. Generally, thin stalk indicates lacking of water and nutrients. I would suggest improving feeding regular...
Answered: 05:18PM, 08 Feb 2019
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Niomi
Answer: Hi Niomi, Thank you for contacting Yates. There is no withholding period for this product. This means that you can spray and consume your produce o...
Answered: 01:54PM, 08 Feb 2019
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Rebecca
Answer: Hi Rebecca, Thank you for contacting Yates. From the description provided it sounds like your zucchini is suffering from powdery mildew. The produc...
Answered: 01:51PM, 08 Feb 2019
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Sue
Answer: Hi Sue, Thank you for contacting Yates. From your description and the photo, you have a fruit fly infestation in your chillies. For the control of...
Answered: 09:58AM, 12 Feb 2019
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Joe
Answer: Hi Joe, Thank you for contacting Yates. With our increasing temperatures, many lettuce varieties can suffer from the hot weather. Most can still be...
Answered: 11:52AM, 25 Jan 2019