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Anne
Answer: Hi Anne, not sure if you refer to drains or foundations but there really is no such thing as non-invasive roots – it’s all a matter of ...
Category: General
Tags: tree roots
Answered: 07:07AM, 17 Nov 2009
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Riley
Answer: Dear Riley, I am sure that you are keeping your seedlings well watered, but be careful not to overwater or you may encourage fungal diseases and ro...
Answered: 02:52PM, 16 Nov 2009
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Charmian
Answer: Hi Charmian, The pest that you will need to control on your apple tree is Codling Moth. Spraying should start from late October up until picking. ...
Answered: 01:52PM, 16 Nov 2009
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Steve
Answer: Hi Steve, As long as you can see the pellets and they haven’t gone mouldy, the ingredient in the pellet is still acive and effective in contr...
Answered: 01:42PM, 16 Nov 2009
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Carol
Answer: Dear Carol, Droughtshield can be used on young plants and new foliage but be sure to water the soil around them first, and spray in the cool of the...
Answered: 01:09PM, 16 Nov 2009
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Rohma
Answer: as per instructions on rear of box 1 level spoonful = 8 grams
Category: Fertilising
Tags: spoon
Answered: 11:53AM, 05 Nov 2009
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Deb
Answer: Hi Deborah, To keep your mulberry tree healthy and producing a good crop, you will need to feed your tree with a good quality fertiliser especially...
Answered: 09:27AM, 17 Nov 2009
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sue
Answer: Hi Sue, It is normal for some small fruit to be shed, especially if the tree is quite young, and especially if soil is prone to drying out and wind...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: citrus
Answered: 06:49AM, 17 Nov 2009
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Michael
Answer: Dear Michael, The weed you have in your fescue lawn could be what is called burrweed. Lush Bindii & Broadleaf Weeder would be a suitable herbi...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 11:43AM, 16 Nov 2009
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Irene
Answer: lack of nitrogen is the likely cause, use a soluble fertiliser such as Thrive or Aquasol regularly for a quick greening and apply either Acticote o...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: yellow, herbs
Answered: 10:14AM, 04 Nov 2009