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10 Oct 2018 2:54:42 pm By Dale Parsons Latest News
With ever-improving technologies and environmental changes, it’s more important than ever for green industry professionals to stay up-to-the-moment on nutrition research, bio-controls, and innovative ways to use familiar products.Read More
5 Oct 2018 8:54:54 am By Growth Products Latest News
Incidents of spray drift damage attributed to 2,4-D have been reported for a number of years, and as of 3 October 2018, APVMA (Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority) have issued new 2,4-D label instructions and old labels have been suspended.Read More
4 Oct 2018 1:45:00 pm By Dale Parsons Latest News Product Updates
Hello! We're back and raring to go... and, its our 40th Anniversary! From humble beginnings way back in 1978 to where we are now, it's been a fantastic journey; with a lot of hard work and a bit of fun along the way, we're still here and we've arrived in 2018 fully intact, and its because of you, our customers – thank you, you've been amazing!Read More
2 Jan 2018 5:23:00 pm By Dale Parsons 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.Read More
Are you interested in saving money and working more efficiently? 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.Read More
4 Apr 2017 4:31:08 pm By Dale Parsons Latest News

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 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 Latest News
The theory and practice of integrated turf management has been used for some time (Beard, 1998 and Carrow et al, 2001), however, replicated scientific trial work to confirm these practices has been relatively limited. The need to use an integrated turf management approach is now becoming a necessity due to the introduction of new legislation in Europe, The Sustainable Use Directive, relating to the justification of Plant Protection Product use...Read More
13 Aug 2014 9:48:00 am By Dale Parsons Latest News
Fernland has moved into our new premises at 31-35 Paulger Flat Road, Yandina Qld 4561Read More
12 Oct 2012 10:52:00 am By Dale Parsons Latest News