Questions tagged: control

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sharon
Answer: Dear Sharon, This is a particularly nasty weed which has a rather strong root system. The product I would recommend is called Lush Bindii & Br...
Answered: 03:16PM, 11 Jan 2010
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Joe
Answer: Hi Joe, Yates Bindii and Clover Weeder can be used on couch grass to control bindii, clover, dandelion, capeweed and other broadleaf weeds. Just en...
Category: Lawns
Answered: 09:57AM, 13 Sep 2011
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Jim
Answer: Hi Jim, Unfortunately there is not a product registered for home gardeners that will control couch in a buffalo lawn. Perhaps the only option is to...
Category: Lawns
Answered: 03:35PM, 25 Oct 2011
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fay
Answer: Yates Mavrik Chewing & Sucking Insect Killer and Yates Baythroid contain Synthetic pryrethroid but they are not the only way to control Cydad b...
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:47PM, 16 Mar 2015
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Wallace
Answer: Wisteria is a very attractive plant but it can easily get out of control. The only way to control it without removing the entire plant is with regu...
Category: General
Tags: Wisteria, control
Answered: 10:47AM, 20 Mar 2015
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justin
Answer: Bamboo can be an attactive plant but it is also extreemly invasive and hard to control. Using Yates Zero Weedkiller will help to control the bamboo...
Category: General
Tags: Bamboo, control
Answered: 04:12PM, 20 Mar 2015
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Guy
Answer: Depending on the extent of the infestation you could try Yates Weed ‘n’ Feed to remove this broadleaf weed from your lawn. If this is i...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 03:47PM, 31 Mar 2015
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Andrew
Answer: Chocolate vine can take over an area if its left to its own devices. Doubling the strength of Glyophosphate doesn’t necessarily double its ef...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 02:15PM, 02 Apr 2015
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Chrissy
Answer: Caterpillars can cause quite a headache for gardeners. Yate’s Natures Way Caterpillar Killer Dipel is an organic product based on natural bac...
Category: General
Answered: 11:37AM, 09 Apr 2015
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Mowafak
Answer: It sounds like you have a fruit fly infestation. Pick up any fruit that has been dropped and dispose of it off site, not in your compost. To stop ...
Answered: 11:40AM, 10 Apr 2015
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Shirley
Answer: You’ve got a pretty nasty infestation of Cottonycushion Scale. The only product we have which is registured for soft scale is Yates White Oil...
Category: Pests
Answered: 04:23PM, 23 Apr 2015
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Carol
Answer: Best thing to do to control tree borers is to improve the overall health of the hedge. Try a liquid fertiliser like Yates Uplift Organic Liquid fer...
Category: Pests
Answered: 11:51AM, 27 Apr 2015
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Olga
Answer: Unfortunately there are no systemic miticides available which can administered through root application. The most effective way to control mites is...
Category: Pests
Answered: 12:50PM, 27 Apr 2015
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Sally
Answer: Scale can be a difficult problem to control. White oil controls scale by covering the insects breathing pores and suffocating it. This means that a...
Category: Pests
Answered: 01:07PM, 28 May 2015
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Jen
Answer: Caterpillars can be devistating to a garden, eating your hard work. Natures Way Caterpillar Killer Dipel is a targeted product which will control c...
Category: Pests
Answered: 09:34AM, 01 Jun 2015
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peter
Answer: The pimples are caused by the lilly pilly psyllid, it is a tiny native insect related to cicadas. Yates Confidor Tablets provide effective protecti...
Answered: 02:21PM, 01 Jun 2015
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James
Answer: Onehunga weed is also called Bindii, these are rather irritating weeds when they produce their spiked seeds. You can control this weed easily using...
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:36PM, 18 Sep 2015
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Tracy
Answer: Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. If you’re using snail pellets, I would recommend you place them in a PVC pipe, especially when using near edi...
Answered: 12:54PM, 01 Dec 2015
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Jolanda
Answer: Hello Jolanda, Heliotrope species can be controlled with a Yates Zero product suitable for the situation in which the plant is occurring. Treat as ...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 12:35AM, 04 Jul 2016