Tips and Tricks

  • Product Compatibility Test

     A compatibility test is often recommended before tank mixing to ensure physical compatibility of various pesticides. Syngenta Product Plus - How to test procedure for capability of chemicals

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  • Fertech Compatibility Chart

    A simple cross reference guide to the compatibility of tank mixing all the liquid fertilisers to make your "secret mix" out of the Fertech range Fertech Compatibility Chart 2017 v4

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  • Importance of Potassium

    Potassium in Turf Potassium is required by the turfgrass plant in relatively large amounts compared to other nutrients. Potassium use is second only to nitrogen and of course the elements sourced from water and the atmosphere; carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Potassium plays an important role in many key turfgrass processes and developmental phases, many of which have a major impact on plant resilience and stress resistance. As the underlying goal of turfgrass management is to sustain a healthy and vigorous…

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  • Watering Your Lawn.

    Probably the most important cultural practices to get right with any lawn is watering.  In a perfect world there would be enough rain fall to maintain a lush lawn all year round, but there isn't and we often need to subsidise the rain fall by various amounts.  The amount of water we subsidise depends on a few factors, for example, the type of grass, whether it is a warm or cool season variety, your climate, your soil profile and also…

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  • Sprayer Calibration

    Applying foliar applications whether it’s a Herbicide, Insecticide, Fungicide or even a liquid like Special Fex Fertiliser is something we all at some point need to do. However, it isn’t that easy to do if you don’t know what your doing, yet very easy with practice.  The key to any good foliar application is evenness and consistency, all substances have a recommended rate that needs to be applied over a given area, this is NOT the mixed volume rate.  Often…

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  • Soil Jar Test

    Soil is comprised of soil particles, organic matter, water, air and living organisms, all of which are important to the overall health of the soil and your lawn that grows in it. There are three primary soil particles, Sand, Silt and Clay and different ratios of these make up the soils texture. Texture relates to soil porosity, which refers to the pore spaces where air and water reside which results your soils ability to retain nutrients and air for your…

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