Yates Acticote Natives

Yates Acticote Natives

A special combination of advanced fertiliser technology that gives your plants an instant release of nutrients, then continues feeding for up to 6 months (depending on temperature and soil moisture).

Overview

A special combination of advanced fertiliser technology that gives your plants an instant release of nutrients, then continues feeding for up to 6 months (depending on temperature and soil moisture).

Features

  • Contains advanced prill coating technology that ensures fertiliser is released evenly and gradually over time.
  • Ideal for use on all native plants.
  • This formulation is rich in nitrogen and potassium to encourage healthy leaf growth and increased flowering.
  • Low in phosphorus which makes it suitable for phosphorus sensitive natives such as grevilleas, banksias and waratahs.

Ingredients

Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and trace elements

(NPK analysis: 19 : 0.3 : 9)

How to use

Directions for use

When to Apply For best results apply in early spring and late summer/autumn when new growth appears.

Application Outdoor Native Trees, Shrubs and Ornamentals 30g or 3 level spoonfuls per m² around the root zone. Gently rake into topsoil. DO NOT apply closer than 30cm from trunk. Feeds up to 16m² of garden.

Precautions

Precautions

Do not apply when maximum temperature is expected to reach above 30ºC or when the soil is dry and plants are suffering from moisture stress. Avoid contact with plant foliage.

Pet Safety

Some pets may be attracted to this product. Store out of reach of pets. To avoid consumption after application, rake granules into topsoil. Water in well and cover with mulch.

Sizes

Available sizes

  • 500g

MSDS

Material Safety Data Sheet

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