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ciara
Answer: Hi Ciara, Thank you for contacting Yates. From a close up look of the pest there it resembles a young weevil. They can cause some damage to your tr...
Category: Pests
Tags: weevil, hibiscus, Bugs
Answered: 02:34PM, 09 Oct 2017
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Paul
Answer: Hi Paul, Thank you for contacting Yates. The curling with the leaves that we can see here indicates that the plant is under water stress. It can be...
Answered: 01:27PM, 09 Oct 2017
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Paul
Answer: Hi Paul, Thank you for contacting Yates. The damage that we can see there looks very similar to damage from caterpillars or a variety of chewing in...
Answered: 01:37PM, 09 Oct 2017
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Suzanne
Answer: Hi Suzanne, Thank you for contacting Yates. We would recommend to check the soil drainage. If the subsoils are clayey, there is chance that the wat...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 10:19AM, 09 Oct 2017
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Ryan
Answer: Hi Ryan, Thank you for contacting Yates Australia. The plant that you have there looks like it belongs to the Grape Family (Vitaceae). The exact va...
Category: Weeds
Tags: Germany, plant iD
Answered: 01:08PM, 07 Oct 2017
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Anne
Answer: Hi Anne, Thank you for contacting Yates. Unfortunately, we don’t have a product in our range that is registered to target black spot on paw p...
Answered: 12:51PM, 07 Oct 2017
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Caris
Answer: Hi Caris, Thank you for contacting Yates. It sounds as though you have an issue with caterpillars in your vegetable patch. Large holes or chewing m...
Answered: 05:43PM, 05 Oct 2017
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bee
Answer: Hi Bee, Thank you for contacting Yates. With the tomatoes that have germinated it would be best to try and transplant them when they are showing a ...
Answered: 04:58PM, 05 Oct 2017
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Selwyn
Answer: Hi Selwyn, Thanks for contacting Yates. To achieve good lawn growth you need the right amount of water, warm weather and a good fertiliser. When ch...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: lawn, fertilisers
Answered: 04:11PM, 05 Oct 2017
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Liz
Answer: Hi Liz, Thank you for contacting Yates. Buxus plants are extremely slow growing plants. We would recommend fertilising them more regularly with Thr...
Category: General
Tags: Buxus, hedge
Answered: 12:22PM, 05 Oct 2017