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Medium_prunus_nigra I have three Prunus Nigra trees growing two metres apart from each other in front of our house. One looks fantastic (and it was the smallest one to begin with) but the other two get progressively sadder looking as you go down the slight slop towards the d

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Answer: Hi J,

Thank you for contacting Yates.

Looks like a typical issue for tree growing on slopy site. As the gradient increase, there is less water and nutrients available for the trees. Extra water and nutrients will be needed for the smaller trees and it’s worth considering an irrigation system with drip lines. To feed, Try Yates Dynamic Lifter Soil Improver & Plant Fertiliser. It’s certified for use in organic gardens and will help create a nutrient-rich soil for better root growth, stronger plants and more flowers and fruit! It can be used on gardens all year round, including native plants.

Click here for more info: http://www.yates.com.au/products/fertilising/organic-based/yates-dynamic-lifter-organic-plant-food/

Hope this helps and happy gardening.

Best Regards,
Louise
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