Questions tagged: potting mix

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Carolyn
Answer: Dear Carolyn, You will need to use a good quality potting mix such as Yates Professional Potting Mix. This potting mix contains a slow release fer...
Answered: 02:27PM, 08 Dec 2009
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John
Answer: Hi John it is always wise to replace old potting mix when replanting. Old mix can rot down into a heavy sludge and become poorly drained. The mealy...
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Answered: 12:53PM, 19 Apr 2010
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Ken
Answer: Hi Ken, Generally when growing vegetables in pots it is better to use a straight potting mix rather than mixing potting mix with garden soil. If s...
Answered: 03:00PM, 27 Sep 2011
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Linda
Answer: Hi Lyn, Yates do not have a specific potting mix for roses but suggest that Yates Gro Plus Advanced Potting mix is the most suitable. It contains ...
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Answered: 10:30AM, 04 Jun 2012
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Priyal
Answer: Hi Priyal, To help minimise the amount of soil that may fall out from the bottom of the pot, a piece of netting or gauze can be placed across the h...
Answered: 11:15AM, 27 Aug 2012
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Michelle
Answer: Hi Michelle, It will depend upon how old the potting mix is and what you have grown in the pot. If you have only had shallow rooted plants such as...
Answered: 04:14PM, 17 Jun 2013
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Caris
Answer: Hi Caris, Thank you for your enquiry regarding potting mix for blueberries. As long as your tomato potting mix is light, friable and well drained y...
Answered: 02:54PM, 12 Feb 2016
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K
Answer: Hi There, You’ve got a few questions in here so I’ll start with the mushrooms. No the mushrooms will not effect the growth of your plan...
Answered: 09:19AM, 22 Apr 2016
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rajat
Answer: Hi Rajat, Thank you for contacting Yates. Plant roots certainly look out for nutrients in the soil/potting mix with their minute root hair. They ca...
Answered: 08:47AM, 22 Sep 2017