Newsletter from Katek fertilizer company.

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  1. ClissAT

    ClissAT Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    You can swap out Katek for most other good chook manure based pelletized fertilizer.
    But the general information is valuable.

    http://katekfertilizers.com.au/newsletter/katek-commercial-growers-newsletter-july-september-2018/

    What they wrote about growing snowpea is probably why mine don't perform so well.

    http://katekfertilizers.com.au/newsletter/katek-july-garden-guide/

    I'll be paying more attention to my roses after reading this newsletter.
    I am currently repotting them but not giving that much fertilizer.
     
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    Interesting. I think I will try some. It is sold locally.
     
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    ClissAT Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Katek is made on an old duck farm I was going to buy a bit northwest of Gympie.
    I don't know how far and wide their distribution goes.
    Certainly it is available in Qld.
    But in other parts of Australia, there would be some sort of equivalent chook manure product.
    They are all quite similar these days.
     
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    Kasalia http://retired2006.blogspot.com.au/ Premium Member GOLD

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    I new about the regular fertilizing but never do it. Just pruned all lmy roses might try a bit harder this year to remember.
     
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