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Facebook questions Oct 29th

…in the soil, which is essential for healthy leaves. In the spring try feeding your Bay with a well balanced liquid feed, or work some fish, blood and bone into the compost when you re-pot it. You should to continue feeding it once every 2 weeks throughout the summer. One final point, Bay trees…

What to do in the garden in April

…manure into your beds to prepare for the growing season. You can also work in a general purpose fertiliser such as pelleted chicken manure or fish, blood and bone. * • Apply a layer of mulch around your perennials, trees and shrubs before the hot weather arrives. Use organic matter such as well…

Thompson & Morgan | Facebook Question and Answer Session 4th May 2012

…organic? What else might be helpful? I've got a seaweed fertilizer for foliar use and I also have blood fish & bone meal, will it be beneficial to plant out mixing in the blood fish and bone meal, use the seaweed foliar spray weekly, and tomorite bi-weekly, or is that way too much? (I'm growing…

What to do in the garden in March

…into your beds to prepare for the growing season ahead. You can also work in a general purpose fertiliser such as pelleted chicken manure or fish, blood and bone. * • If you need to move deciduous trees or shrubs, now is the time to do it provided the soil is not frozen or waterlogged. * •…

Sowing Biennials and Perennials

…the perennials from the nursery bed. The addition of about 4oz (112g) to the square yard/metre of a balanced organic fertiliser, such as fish blood and bone or seaweed meal or the inorganic Growmore, worked into the top 6in (15cm) of the soil will help the plants to grow away strongly. An annual…

Growing beans and peas from seed

…of hydrated lime or calcified seaweed. Prior to sowing give the site 4oz (112g) per square yard/metre of a balanced fertiliser, such as fish blood and bone or Growmore. In areas with a favourable winter climate a sowing can be made in late autumn of a variety such as Aquadulce Claudia, Loretta…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer session 2nd September 2011

…distress such as yellowing then it may be suffering from a nutrient deficiency. Try feeding your Bay with a well balanced feed, or work some fish, blood and bone into the soil. Although Bay trees are very resilient to drought they will be much happier and healthier if they receive a regular supply…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 18th October 2013

…to the plant. The small amount of useable nutrients would be better sourced from fertilisers, nettle or comfrey tea, seaweed extracts, or fish, blood and bone. All of these would be safer to use than egg yolks and prevent unwanted attention from rodents, not to mention the smell that could result…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 19th October 2012

…plants a really good mulch of well rotted manure after pruning to encourage plenty of strong new growth. You can also give them a feed of blood, fish and bone in spring which will certainly help them along. If the problem recurs next year, then you may be dealing with a virus. Virused plants are…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 8th August 2014

…establishment and save you an awful lot of time watering. Just beforehand you might also want to add a sprinkling of slow release fertiliser or blood, fish and bone to get your plants off to a good start. I recently made a video on How to plant a perennial border. Why not take a look for some extra…

Vegetable Vitamin and Mineral Nutrition Guide | Thompson & Morgan's Healthy Eating Guide

…component of bone and teeth (along with phosphorous), which accounts for 99% of its content. Effects of insufficient calcium - Despite the apparent importance of this role, it is secondary to its physiological functions which include nerve function, muscle contraction and blood clotting. Indeed…