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Last month my news feeds were filled with the same story being shared again and again – ‘the intricate world of roots’ (http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2015/10/15/digging-deep-reveals-the-intricate-world-of-roots/), a National Geographic article exploring the depth ...

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We often receive calls about trees that are just not growing well. They may be stunted, dropping leaves, or not bearing fruit. If you are having problems with tree health, one ...

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 Development projects often have tight budgets that are squeezed tighter than a photo finish by the time the finish line approaches, often leaving little money left to pay for the ...

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 SESL Australia Important Christmas Dates SESL Australia will be closing for the Christmas period on December 24th and reopening on January 4th.  Please take note of the important details regarding pre-Christmas projects ...

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  This logo identifies the Australasian Soil and Plant Analysis Council (ASPAC). Its used on our reports means that SESL Australia holds ASPAC certification on various testing methods. ASPAC certification assures SESL’s ...

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At SESL Australia we answer questions about soil, water, and plants every single day. We would like our Fertile Minds newsletter to help answer some of the burning questions you ...

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October 2015 and we are approaching the end of the International Year of Soil. The Soil Science Society of America has been choosing a monthly theme to explore how soil is ...

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Image source: FAO Gypsum is one of the most commonly used soil amendments. Sometimes called 'clay breaker', gypsum helps aggregate soil, improves structure, and is a source of calcium and sulphur fertiliser. 'Just add ...

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