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Peter
Answer: Hello Gardener, We regret we can’t help you with a treatment to dust your clivea seeds to prevent fungal disease; none of our fungicides are ...
Answered: 03:01PM, 25 Jun 2018
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Gordon
Answer: Thank you for contacting Yates. The weed looks like a type of Desmodium ( we can confirm further if you have any picture of the flowers), you can r...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 11:27AM, 25 Jun 2018
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Bianca
Answer: Thank you for contacting Yates. I would suggest to prune off the leggy growth and feed the herb with Yates Thrive Vegie & Herb Pelletised Plant...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: herbs, regrow
Answered: 04:16PM, 24 Jun 2018
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Bruce
Answer: Hi Bruce, Thank you for contacting Yates. Although the sizes are different there is no indication that we can see there that there is separation of...
Answered: 03:59PM, 23 Jun 2018
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Mel
Answer: Hi Mel, Thank you for contacting Yates. Celery love the full sun and placing them in a sheltered position in the winter that gets the northerly sun...
Answered: 10:16AM, 22 Jun 2018
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Michaela
Answer: Hi Gardener, White fly can be a troublesome pest in the garden so its important to control them when first seen because their numbers can build up ...
Answered: 01:56PM, 19 Jun 2018
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Ian
Answer: Hi Ian, Thank you for contacting Yates. Broccoli do need a bit of potassium to assist with the flowering (which is what the head essentially is). H...
Answered: 10:33AM, 15 Jun 2018
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Glenda
Answer: Hi Glenda, Thank you for contacting Yates. The pest in question looks like a white louse scale probably in its nymph stage. You can control them wi...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Answered: 08:41AM, 15 Jun 2018
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Samantha
Answer: Hi Gardener, Many plants are dormant or put on very little growth during the winter months. Although you are seeing some new growth in your pittos...
Answered: 10:38AM, 13 Jun 2018
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Tahlia
Answer: Hi Tahlia, Thank you for contacting Yates. Herbs are fantastic for kids to grow in the garden. Many are hardy and can handle a bit of wear and tear...
Answered: 02:16PM, 09 Jun 2018