Nematodes

Like Bacteria and Fungi, there are good & bad Nematodes & ones of no importance. The good ones are free living ones that…….

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Back in July 2016 I posted an article on chemicals in horse manure and the damaging effects it had on that man’s garden. Literally that same week I had a customer come by to pick up some more Compots and she told me she had the exact same problem in her garden when she added horse manure. She managed to resolve the problem by adding Activated Carbon to the soil.

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Rock Minerals

Rock minerals are not just crushed rock as most people think but are really a carefully blended mix of minerals such as Basalt, Gypsum, Lignite & Rock Phosphate.
There can be up to 100

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Grafting and budding are used because some seed grown plants can take a very long time to flower & fruit and then may be of poor quality after all.
Budding and grafting involves joining parts of two or more different plants together in such a way that they will grow together and continue to live as one individual plant. The top part is called the “scion” and the bottom the “stock”.

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Most of these factors are already known to us but there are other factors that we perhaps don’t consider when choosing a plant and where to plant it. And these factors are the immediate environment around where you are going to plant your plant and what effects it will have on different types of plants and during different times of the year.

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Zeolite – The Basics

Zeolite is a naturally occurring material found in many countries around the world, as well as Australia in Northern New South Wales.   It is very low in nutrients but contains some Potassium, a small amount of Calcium and is known to have a very high Cation Exchange Capacity (see Did You Know section below).

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