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nitrgen draw down

Posted on 7 February, 2013 at 7:10 Comments comments (56)
when you put mulch on your gardens it should be applied thick enough to stop
new weeds from germanating genraly this  is about 100mm thick. the wy this work is that the mulch stops sun light from getting to the ground. Another thing to remenber is that mulch draws nitrogen from the soil and air to decompoise  the same nitrogen that your palts need to grow. So it is a good idea to spread alittle fertalizer before you applie your mulch to your gardens. one should also applie fertalizer in a small amount when composting grass clippings. for the same reason.
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Posted on 25 January, 2013 at 7:09 Comments comments (12)
looks like a wet weekend for every one in qld a least its better than dust
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Posted on 24 January, 2013 at 4:01 Comments comments (26)
it raining now is th best time to fertalize your lawn. Don't put to much on thought. I like to use cropking 88 or eco 88. eco 88 is an organic product for those off you that don't like chemicals
lawn fertalizer aplication
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broad leaf weeds

Posted on 22 January, 2013 at 1:51 Comments comments (43)
with the rain falling it is a good time to treat lawn for broad leaf weeds it cost's about the same as your regular mowing service
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