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Arun
Answer: Thank you for contacting Yates. The hedge is Lillypilly, a native plant with bright coloured new growth. Great to feed with Yates Dynamic Lifter S...
Category: General
Tags: plant iD
Answered: 05:17PM, 27 Aug 2018
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Lee
Answer: Hi Lee, Thank you for contacting Yates. We are sorry to hear about your gardening experience. Currently we do not have a registered product that ca...
Category: Pests
Answered: 10:32AM, 27 Aug 2018
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Justine
Answer: Hi Justine, Thank you for contacting Yates. Magnolias are either ever green or deciduous. In your instance it is a deciduous tree. As it starts to ...
Category: General
Answered: 03:13PM, 20 Aug 2018
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Kay
Answer: Hi Kay, Thank you for contacting Yates. Unfortunately, we don’t have a product that is registered to treat the borers in your tree. The best ...
Category: Pests
Tags: trees, borers
Answered: 04:45PM, 18 Aug 2018
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Kane
Answer: Hi Kane, Thank you for contacting Yates. You will need to keep any grazing pets of the treated areas for 7 days. After those 7 days, you will need ...
Category: Products
Answered: 10:49AM, 18 Aug 2018
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Jodie
Answer: Hi Jodie, Thank you for contacting Yates. For weed control in Zoysia lawns we recommend using Yates Buffalo Pro Concentrate. Prior to applying to t...
Category: Lawns
Answered: 01:57PM, 18 Aug 2018
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Claire
Answer: Hi Claire, Thank you for contacting Yates. It sounds like you have a fair amount of butterflies in your area laying eggs there. These eggs then for...
Answered: 12:02PM, 18 Aug 2018
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Rachana
Answer: Hi Rachana, Thank you for contacting Yates. We would recommend to get a good quality potting mix and transplant the lucky bamboo into this mixture....
Answered: 10:30AM, 17 Aug 2018
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Barbara
Answer: Hi Barbara, Thank you for contacting Yates. The plant is Hardenbergia violacea, a native climber. To help more blossom, I would suggest weekly appl...
Category: General
Tags: Hardenbergia, ID
Answered: 12:03PM, 14 Aug 2018
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Barbara
Answer: Hi Barbara, Thank you for contacting Yates. There is a perennial Vinca and annual vinca, however, both varieties grow best in warm weather. Hope th...
Category: General
Answered: 12:00PM, 14 Aug 2018