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Post by dannyboy on 4th January 2013, 13:53

Good to hear the roses a back up again paul.Seasoil and Powerfeed great products.

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Post by paulh on 5th January 2013, 00:01

dannyboy wrote:Good to hear the roses a back up again paul.Seasoil and Powerfeed great products.

Yep you're right dannyboy...
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Post by paulh on 17th January 2013, 23:43

neptune wrote:leave the seamungus for winter time and give it a hit(of sudden impact) in February if you are going to give them a light prune to get your lovely autumn flush

Neptune...just wondering...in February as you suggest I fertilise with Sudden Impact, would it harm them to add some fish emulsion to my Seasol until February...if that's ok at what rate would you add the emulsion to say a 9 lt watering can??? Also I picked up some tubs of NPK (slow release with a fast acting component), they were only $1.30 ea for a 500gram tub, would it be too risky to apply that to my pots at this stage??? Thanks John
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Post by neptune on 18th January 2013, 00:11

Paul, the Sudden Impact will be for the roses in the ground......Strike Back For Orchids you use in pots. Fish emulsion is ok as it is organic and follow the directions on the container......

will send a pm about something else....
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Post by paulh on 18th January 2013, 00:21

neptune wrote:Paul, the Sudden Impact will be for the roses in the ground......Strike Back For Orchids you use in pots. Fish emulsion is ok as it is organic and follow the directions on the container......

will send a pm about something else....

Thanks neptune... the fish emulsion label says for roses 20mls per 5 lts water...and in the past that's what I've done...now the other day I read the label again..and I notice it say for plants in pots use 5mls per 5 lts water.
Either I've over fed with emulsion in the past or 5mls just
doesn't seem enough
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Post by neptune on 18th January 2013, 00:24

if spraying once every 7-10days I , personally would be using 50mls
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