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The team here at Fernland have taken an exciting step forward – we have partnered with PrimeHort Distributors to bring you an extensive quality range of nursery and horticultural automation equipment from Da Ros.

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26 Jun 2017 9:17:16 am By Dale Parsons Comments Latest News,

Do you know the difference between slow-release and controlled-release fertilisers?

Although these terms are sometimes used interchangeably, the terms ‘slow-release fertiliser’ (SRF) and ‘controlled-release fertiliser’ (CRF) strictly do not mean the same thing – even though both do release plant nutrients at a slower rate than when highly-soluble conventional or ‘straight’ fertilisers are used. For those who are unclear of these differences, we hope that the following simplified explanation of these distinctions will be both interesting and informative – and explain the different manner in which each of these two classes of fertiliser releases plant nutrients.

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The greatest show on turf is back, and Fernland is pleased to be exhibiting!

The 2017 Australian Turfgrass Conference and Trade Exhibition, being held at Novotel Twin Waters Resort, will offer a dynamic learning environment interspersed with great networking opportunities and a lot of fun.  International and local speakers will deliver up to date, thought provoking insight into a broad range of issues and technologies relevant to the modern turf professional no matter what type of facility you manage.

Our two Turf Care Specialists – Terry Barr and James Kenny – will be pleased to chat to you about your turf care needs at our booth.  

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1 Jun 2017 9:31:39 pm By Dale Parsons Comments Events,

Fernland is pleased to be exhibiting at the 10th Annual Turf Industry Trade Show which will once again be held in the beautiful surrounds of Bonville Golf Resort.

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1 May 2017 11:18:00 am By Dale Parsons Bonville Golf Resort, Trade Show, , Comments Events,

Different Types of Lawn Spreaders: Pros, Cons & Uses

Choosing the right lawn spreader – and using it correctly – will make lawn maintenance easier and more enjoyable. Whether your plan is to improve an existing lawn or to seed brand new areas, selecting the right spreader will help you to get the most out of your seed or fertilizer investment and your efforts. Today we'll be looking at the 3 most popular types of lawn spreaders – broadcast, drop, and hand-held – their uses, pros, and cons.

What to keep in mind when choosing a lawn spreader

Whatever your project is, it's essential to match the right spreader to your lawn. Keep the following facts in mind before choosing a spreader....

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7 Apr 2017 2:36:03 pm By Mark Kelly Comments Latest News,

The Verde-Cal range of soil amendments, distributed exclusively by Fernland throughout Australia, represents opportunities for all Golf and Sporting clubs, Lawn care professionals, Landscapers and Growers to improve the soil profile, save money, time and ultimately get accustomed to working with healthier turf.

Are you interested in saving money and working more efficiently?

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4 Apr 2017 4:31:08 pm By Dale Parsons Comments Latest News,

Hi, it's Keith Giertych from Growth Products.

Everyone knows about phosphate – the ever-important ‘P’ in N-P-K fertilizers. But fewer people know about phosphite or understand what a powerful effect it has on trees, turf, and crops. Phosphite improves plant color, stimulates bloom, increases root mass, and significantly bolsters plant health. Let’s take a look at how it works.

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3 May 2016 4:15:00 pm By Dale Parsons Comments Product Updates,

Controlled Release Fertiliser

What is the difference between the many Controlled Release Fertilisers available these days? How do we work out which one gives us the best value?

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20 Nov 2015 12:00:00 am By Dale Parsons Comments Latest News,

Syngenta are pleased to announce that BARRICADE Herbicide is now registered for use in garden beds (under mulch) and potted plants in nurseries, public open spaces and residential or commercial gardens.

Previously under an APVMA permit, the new registration allows greater rate flexibility, along with a wider use outside nursery stock.

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5 Aug 2015 2:20:00 pm By Dale Parsons Comments Latest News,

GardenPEG Plastic Fixing Pegs are a quick and easy way to fix woven agrotextiles nonwoven agrotextiles to the ground.

Thanks to specifically designed spurs, GardenPEG punches through the textile to fix and prevent the pegs from pulling out of the ground. The flat head presses the textile against the ground while inhibiting it from lifting up and/or slipping.

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5 Aug 2015 10:23:00 am By Dale Parsons Comments Product Updates,