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leanne
Answer: Dear Leanne, The only insecticide in the Yates range that is registered for control of grasshopper is Lebaycid Fruit Fly & Insect Killer. Ther...
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:32PM, 15 Dec 2009
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John
Answer: Hi John, I haven’t heard of this application for seaweed extract. There may be merit in the idea but I would be concerned about preservatives...
Category: Products
Tags: fish ponds
Answered: 07:31AM, 08 Dec 2009
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Michael
Answer: Hi Michael, the most likely answer is that the plant is not receiving enough water, but if something else has upset the roots, such as curl grub or...
Category: General
Tags: rhododendron
Answered: 09:38AM, 08 Dec 2009
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Belynda
Answer: Hi Belynda, ants usually only nest in dryish soils. try flooding the pot with water a few times to drive them out. if they are persistent try a l...
Category: Pests
Tags: ants
Answered: 06:43AM, 07 Dec 2009
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Colin
Answer: Dear Colin, Yes, Yates only produce Droughtshield in a 750ml trigger pack and a 2.5 litre ready to use bottle.
Answered: 03:05PM, 10 Dec 2009
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Steve
Answer: Hi Steve, soil surface area and the coverage of the plant’s surface or feeder roots are the basis for fertiliser amounts, not the soil volume...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: fertiliser
Answered: 07:46AM, 04 Dec 2009
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Elliot
Answer: Hi Elliot, sounds like you have powdery mildew. Avoid wetting the leaves when watering and only do it early in the day. Spray remaining healthy le...
Category: Pests
Answered: 10:09AM, 04 Dec 2009
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Rhonda
Answer: hi Rhonda, it’s pretty hard to say without seeing, but it could be that there has been a plaque of leaf eating beetles which have now passed....
Category: Pests
Tags: plant_care
Answered: 02:20PM, 09 Dec 2009
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Robyn
Answer: Dear Robyn, It does sound like your your tomatoes are lacking certain nutrients which is causing this problem to show in the leaves. Because the ...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 01:51PM, 10 Dec 2009
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Anne
Answer: Dear Anne, You will need to give your Viburnums some protection from the hot summer months, particularly if they are growing in full sun. There is ...
Answered: 01:09PM, 10 Dec 2009