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  It is one of SESL Australia’s core principles that recycling is beneficial. Providing recycled materials don’t introduce unwanted or dangerous substances into circulation, recycling saves both money and resources. They key ...

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   For further information on this topic, contact Chantal Hooper. Plant tissue analysis is always more useful if paired with soil analysis. A plant tissue analysis will tell you what is wrong ...

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“I talk to the trees. That’s why they put me away.” So sang Eccles on the Goon Show. But perhaps “they” were too quick to judge. Studies suggest that plants can ...

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SESL Australia’s general manager, Simon Leake, and lab manager, Matthew Dore, spent a week in Queenstown, New Zealand, this month, at the International Symposium of Soil and Plant Analysis (ISSPA) ...

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In the following video, made by Alpine Nurseries, Simon Leake discusses pH and cation exchange and the effects they have on the uptake of plant nutrients, how to control pH ...

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In the following video, made by Alpine Nurseries, Simon Leake discusses the factors relating to grouping plants by their nutrient requirements, including the benefits, what this means when selecting your ...

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The spade made barely an impression on the soil. By Bronwyn Woodward We were recently contracted by a local council to assess the condition of soils along either side of a main ...

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Photo by Tim McCabe, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service By Ryan Jacka Salinity exists in the environment in a delicate balance between water movement and salt. Natural ecosystems are adapted to the ...

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