Weed Identification Center

Proper weed identification is critical to getting the correct recommendations for weed control options. If a producer notices a new weed on their land, it is important to identify it quickly so that action can be taken to prevent it from spreading. Read More

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Planting plants, best practice

Getting plants into the ground is a fun part of gardening. Every plant you put into the soil or a container offers the promise of growth and transformation with foliage, flowers and perhaps even a crop to harvest. Plants also change their environment, providing shade, shelter or habitat.

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When to water, watering tips

Watering after planting
Don’t plant and forget! To understand why it is not a good idea to just plant and forget it helps to understand how the plant was functioning in its pot prior to planting out. Read More

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Right plant, for the right place

Before landscaping became my full time passion and my career, gardening was a bit of pot luck for me. Actually there was no rhyme or reasoning to my planting strategy, I would simply purchase plants, plug them into the ground, water in and hope for the best (fingers crossed).

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When should I fertilise?

When should I fertilise my plants?
Customers often ask me, “when should I fertilise my plants?” my response to that is, “when do you feed yourself?” usually, when you are hungry right! Thankfully for us plants don’t need feeding 3 times a day, but they

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Slow release vs. Controlled Release

If you are not a seasoned plant whisperer, thats totally ok. Understanding more about what NPK is, will help you take a more educated approach to the use of fertilisers in your garden which will only enhance the health and vigour of your plants. After you have read

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How much light do plants need?

The amount of sunlight needed for plants to grow and flourish varies from plant to plant. Some like full sun whilst others prefer full shade, knowing how much sun your garden receives is important in selecting the best plants for your garden.   Read More

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