Questions about: Fertilising

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ram
Answer: Hi Ram, Thank you for contacting Yates. To help fruiting plants like your mango tree, we recommend feeding with Yates Thrive Natural Citrus & F...
Category: Fertilising
Answered: 12:08PM, 26 Oct 2018
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Lana
Answer: Hi Lana, Thank you for contacting Yates. After applying Thrive Naturals Roses and Flowers you do need to water it in well. This starts the breakdow...
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Answered: 04:38PM, 07 Oct 2018
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Alex
Answer: Hi Alex, Thank you for contacting Yates. Looks like the first plant from the left is a standard rose. Try Yates Thrive Roses & Flowers Natural ...
Category: Fertilising
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Answered: 03:52PM, 24 Sep 2018
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Andrew
Answer: Hi Andrew, Thank you for contacting Yates. You can use liquid fertiliser for your fruit tree, try Yates Thrive Citrus & Fruit Natural Fish &...
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Answered: 01:58PM, 13 Aug 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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Kim
Answer: Hi Kim, Thank you for contacting Yates. Yes, both the Thrive citrus liquid plant food and pelletised products can be used on blueberries and strawb...
Answered: 11:03AM, 17 Apr 2018
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Fareez
Answer: Hi Fareez, Thank you for contacting Yates. It’s great to hear that there will be a new veggie patch in your garden, how exciting! I suggest i...
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Answered: 08:45AM, 16 Mar 2018
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Michael
Answer: Hello, Your passionfruit vine is growing so well in this tiny pot but it really needs to be transplanted into the ground or a much larger pot. Plea...
Answered: 12:35PM, 07 Mar 2018
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Alycia
Answer: Hi Alycia, Thank you for contacting Yates. If you’re looking for a nutrient dense soluble fertiliser, Yates Thrive Flower & Fruit ticks t...
Answered: 11:40AM, 23 Jan 2018
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Elizabeth
Answer: Hi Elizabeth, Thank you for contacting Yates. Pine mulch make soils acidic and blueberries prefer growing in acidic soils, so it should be fine to ...
Answered: 01:23PM, 11 Jan 2018