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Yates Nutricote

Controlled Release Fertiliser range.

 

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Yates Nutricote Standard Yellow 40 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Yates Nutricote Standard Yellow 40 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser (CRF) formulation with fast nutritional response..

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of flowering plants and plants requiring higher levels of potassium during their growing season;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 40 days
  • Every prill is homogenous to ensure consistent analysis
  • Highest degree of plant safety through superior polymer coating
  • Ideal for top dressing
  • Calcuim for general plant vigour
  • High potassium for improved disease resistance

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 2g/l up to 4g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Cream 70 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Yates Nutricote Standard Cream 70 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser (CRF) formulation designed for short to medium term feeding for flowering plants.

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of flowering plants and plants requiring higher levels of potassium during their growing season;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 70 days
  • Contains the highest quality NPK components
  • Every prill is homogenous to ensure consistent analysis
  • High in potassium for improved flowering
  • Increased water soluble phosphorous for stronger root development
  • Balanced NPK ratio for flowering plants as resistance

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 2g/l up to 4g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Magenta 140 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Yates Nutricote Standard Magenta 140 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser (CRF) formulation designed for medium term feeding for flowering plants.

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of flowering plants and plants requiring higher levels of potassium during their growing season;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 140 days
  • Nutrient release designed to match plants nutritional requirements
  • Consistent granule size for ease of application
  • Strengthens cell wall structure
  • Enhances flowering and root growth
  • Increases photosynthesis and flower development

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 1g/l up to 3-4g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Lime 270 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Yates Nutricote Standard Lime 270 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser (CRF) formulation designed for longer term feeding for flowering plants.

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of flowering plants and plants requiring higher levels of potassium during their growing season;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 270 days
  • Eliminates the need for late season top dressing of fertiliser
  • Reliable release curve over varying temperature
  • Nutrient release matches plant needs over longer term
  • Balanced NPK ratio for flowering and fruiting plants
  • High in potassium for improved fruit and flower

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 4g/l up to 6g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Silver 360 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Yates Nutricote Standard Silver 360 Day - 14 : 5.7 : 10.8

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser (CRF) formulation designed for long term feeding for super advanced flowering plants.

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of flowering plants and plants requiring higher levels of potassium during their growing season;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 360 days
  • Contains highest quality NPK components
  • Every prill is homogenous to ensure consistent analysis
  • For improved foliage development
  • Suitable for natives and exotics
  • Calcium for general plant vigour

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 4g/l up to 7g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Grey 70 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Yates Nutricote Standard Grey 70 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser designed for short term feeding for foliage plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 70 days
  • Contains highest quality NPK components
  • Every prill is homogenous to ensure consistent analysis
  • For improved foliage development
  • Suitable for natives and exotics
  • Calcium for general plant vigour

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 1g/l up to 3g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Blue 140 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Yates Nutricote Standard Blue 140 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser designed for medium term feeding for foliage plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 140 days
  • Nutrient release designed to match plants nutritional requirements
  • Consistent granule size for ease of application
  • Balanced NPK ratio for foliage plants
  • Low water soluble phosphorous suitable for natives
  • Ideal for top dressing semi advanced plants

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 2g/l up to 5g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Black 270 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Yates Nutricote Standard Black 270 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser designed for longer term feeding for foliage plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 270 days
  • Eliminates the need for late season top dressing of fertiliser
  • Reliable release curve over varying temperatures
  • Nutrient release matches plant needs over longer term
  • Balanced NPK suitable for semi advanced to super advanced plants
  • Reduced leaching so optimum fertiliser needs are maintained

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 4g/l up to 6g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Brown 360 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Yates Nutricote Standard Brown 360 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser designed for long term feeding for super advanced plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 360 days
  • Durable, resilient and uniform polymer coating on each fertiliser prill
  • Consistent and reliable fertilising for 1 year
  • Optimum release under fluctuating temperatures
  • Robust coating for increased safety
  • Once a year fertiliser for large trees and shrubs

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 4g/l up to 7g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Fawn 700 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Yates Nutricote Standard Fawn 700 Day - 16 : 4.4 : 8.3

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser (CRF) formulation designed for extra long term feeding for super advanced plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 700 days
  • Polymer coating will not split or rupture during mechanical application
  • Every prill is homogenous to ensure consistent analysis
  • Suitable for natives and exotics
  • Ideal for super advanced and inground plants
  • Feeds for 2 years from application

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 6g/l up to 10g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Purple 100 Day - 19.1 : 0* : 11.9

Yates Nutricote Standard Purple 100 Day - 19.1 : 0* : 11.9

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser (CRF) formulation with Zero P for sensitive natives.

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of flowering plants and plants requiring higher levels of potassium during their growing season;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 100 days
  • Formulation designed for phosphate intolerant natives
  • Consistent granule size for ease of application
  • Superior flowering & disease resistance
  • Suited to Proteaceae species
  • Nitrogen release consistent with plant needs

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

* Due to the manufacturing process, there could be residual levels of phosphorus contained in this product.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 3g/l up to 5g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Standard Pink 180 Day - 19.1 : 0* : 11.9

Yates Nutricote Standard Pink 180 Day - 19.1 : 0* : 11.9

Standard (N:P:K) controlled release fertiliser (CRF) formulation with Zero P for sensitive natives.

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of flowering plants and plants requiring higher levels of potassium during their growing season;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 180 days
  • Formulation designed for phosphate intolerant natives
  • Reliable release curve over varying temperatures
  • Nutrient release matches plant needs over longer term
  • NPK ratio developed for Proteaceae species
  • High in potassium for improved flowering

Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

* Due to manufacturing processes there could be residual levels of phosphorus contained in this product.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 5g/l up to 7g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Blends Potted Colour 60 Day - 15.2 : 4.9 : 9.3

Yates Nutricote Blends Potted Colour 60 Day - 15.2 : 4.9 : 9.3

Staged nutrient release fertiliser.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 60 days
  • Contains the highest quality NPK components
  • Earlier response for cooler climates
  • Staged nutrient release consistent with plant needs
  • Superior flowering and disease resistance
  • Robust coating for increased safety

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 2g/l to 3g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use these formulations on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, with the exception of 8-9 mth Special Blend. The longevity of this product is based on 21 degrees C. Release response to temperature is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote Blends Tree & Shrub Total 180 Day - 16.8 : 3.9 : 8.1

Yates Nutricote Blends Tree & Shrub Total 180 Day - 16.8 : 3.9 : 8.1

Staged nutrient release fertiliser.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 180 days
  • Contains the highest quality NPK and TE components
  • Earlier response for cooler climates
  • Staged nutrient release consistent with plant needs
  • Suitable for natives and exotics
  • Robust coating for increased safety

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 3g/l to 5g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use these formulations on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, with the exception of 8-9 mth Special Blend. The longevity of this product is based on 21 degrees C. Release response to temperature is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N13 Total + TE 140 Day - 13 : 4.8 : 9.1

Yates Nutricote N13 Total + TE 140 Day - 13 : 4.8 : 9.1

Controlled Release Fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser for medium term feeding for flowering trees and shrubs.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient releaseover 140 days
  • Contains the highest quality NPK and TE components
  • Every prill is homogenous to ensure consistent analysis
  • Enhances flowering and root growth
  • Strengthens cell wall structure
  • Trace elements in every prill for even distribution

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised. This facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and in the case of Yates Nutricote Total, trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 2g/l up to 4g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use any of these products on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N13 Total + TE 180 Day - 13 : 4.8 : 9.1

Yates Nutricote N13 Total + TE 180 Day - 13 : 4.8 : 9.1

Controlled Release Fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser for long term feeding for flowering trees and shrubs.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 180 days
  • Releases for 8-9 months at 20ºC
  • Every prill contains consistent NPK and TE components
  • Ideal base fertiliser for medium term flowering trees and shrubs
  • Enhances flowering and root growth
  • Increases photosynthesis and flower development

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised. This facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and in the case of Yates Nutricote Total, trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 3g/l up to 4g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use any of these products on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N13 Total + TE 270 Day - 13 : 4.8 : 9.1

Yates Nutricote N13 Total + TE 270 Day - 13 : 4.8 : 9.1

Controlled Release Fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser for long term feeding for flowering trees and shrubs.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 270 days
  • Eliminates the need for late season top dressing of fertiliser
  • Reliable release curve over varying temperatures
  • Nutrient release matches plant needs over longer term • Balanced NPK ratio for flowering and fruiting plants
  • High in potassium for improved fruit and flower

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised. This facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and in the case of Yates Nutricote Total, trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 4g/l up to 6g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use any of these products on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N13 Total + TE 360 Day - 13 : 4.8 : 9.1

Yates Nutricote N13 Total + TE 360 Day - 13 : 4.8 : 9.1

Controlled Release Fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser for long term feeding  for super advanced plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 360 days
  • Durable, resilient and uniform polymer coating on each fertiliser prill
  • Consistent and reliable fertilising for 1 year
  • Optimum release under fluctuating temperatures
  • Robust coating for increased safety
  • Trace elements in every prill for even distribution

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised. This facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and in the case of Yates Nutricote Total, trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 5g/l up to 7g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use any of these products on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 70 Day - 18.7 : 2.7 : 6.3

Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 70 Day - 18.7 : 2.7 : 6.3

Controlled Release Fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser for short term feeding for foliage plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 70 days
  • Nutrient release designed to match plants nutritional requirements
  • Consistent prill size for ease of application
  • For improved foliage development
  • Suitable for natives and exotics
  • Contains trace elements for balanced nutrition.

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 1g/l up to 3g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. This formulation is suitable for use on mild – moderately phosphorus sensitive Australian natives. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 140 Day - 18.7 : 2.7 : 6.3

Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 140 Day - 18.7 : 2.7 : 6.3

Controlled Release Fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser for medium term feeding for foliage plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 140 days
  • Contains the highest quality NPK and TE components
  • Consistent prill size for ease of application
  • Balanced NPK ratio for foliage plants
  • Low water soluble phosphorus suitable for natives
  • Ideal for top dressing semi advanced plants

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 3g/l up to 5g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. This formulation is suitable for use on mild – moderately phosphorus sensitive Australian natives. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 180 Day - 18.7 : 2.7 : 6.3

Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 180 Day - 18.7 : 2.7 : 6.3

Controlled Release Fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser for medium term feeding for foliage plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 180 days
  • Releases for 8-9 months at 20ºC
  • Ideal base fertiliser for medium term flowering trees and shrubs
  • Enhances foliage development
  • Balanced NPK suitable for semi advanced to super advanced plants

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 3g/l up to 5g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. This formulation is suitable for use on mild – moderately phosphorus sensitive Australian natives. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 270 Day - 18.7 : 2.7 : 6.3

Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 270 Day - 18.7 : 2.7 : 6.3

Controlled Release Fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser for long term feeding for foliage plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 270 days
  • Eliminates the need for late season top dressing of fertiliser
  • Reliable release curve over varying temperatures
  • Nutrient release matches plant needs over longer term
  • Balanced NPK ratio for foliage plants
  • Reduced leaching so optimum fertiliser needs are maintained

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 4g/l up to 6g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. This formulation is suitable for use on mild – moderately phosphorus sensitive Australian natives. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 360 Day - 18.7 : 2.9 : 6.3

Yates Nutricote N18.7 Total + TE 360 Day - 18.7 : 2.9 : 6.3

Controlled Release Fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser for long term feeding for super advanced plants.

Features

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 360 days
  • Durable, resilient and uniform polymer coating on each fertiliser prill
  • Consistent and reliable fertilising for 1 year
  • Optimum release under fluctuating temperatures
  • Robust coating for increased safety
  • Trace elements in every prill for even distribution

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been polymer coated. Each prill contains NPK and in the case of Yates Nutricote Total, trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote is suitable for application to both container grown and field grown plants. Yates Nutricote can be applied in 3 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Dibble application, whereby fertiliser is placed beneath or to the side of the rootball when potting up;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 5g/l up to 8g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method (ie. dibble application rates are generally 15 – 20% lower than incorporation or topdress rates). Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. This formulation is suitable for use on mild – moderately phosphorus sensitive Australian natives. Do not dibble apply products with longevity ratings of 70 days or less, as the high concentration of nutrients released into a limited volume of potting mix can damage plants in high or fluctuating temperatures.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 25kg
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Yates Nutricote N12 Micro + TE 40 Day - 12 : 4.4 : 8.3

Yates Nutricote N12 Micro + TE 40 Day - 12 : 4.4 : 8.3

Controlled release fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser during propagation (i.e. cell, plug and tube production). It provides short term feeding for propagation.

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of plants during the propagation phase;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 40 days
  • Every prill is homogenous to ensure consistent analysis
  • All NPK components and trace elements combined in every prill
  • Micro sized prills for even distribution
  • Robust coating for increased safety
  • Nutrient release consistent with plant needs

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been coated with a polymer. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote Micro Fine can  be applied in 2 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 1g/l up to 3-4g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method. Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 10kg
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Yates Nutricote N12 Micro + TE 70 Day - 12 : 4.4 : 8.3

Yates Nutricote N12 Micro + TE 70 Day - 12 : 4.4 : 8.3

Controlled release fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser during propagation (ie. cell, plug and tube production).  It provides medium term feeding for propagation.

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of plants during the propagation phase;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 70 days
  • Nutrient release designed to match plants nutritional requirements
  • All NPK components and trace elements combined in every prill
  • Micro sized prills for even distribution
  • Robust coating for increased safety
  • Nutrient release consistent with plant needs

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been coated with a polymer. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote Micro Fine can be applied in 2 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 1g/l up to 3-4g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method. Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 10kg
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Yates Nutricote N12 Micro + TE 140 Day - 12 : 4.4 : 8.3

Yates Nutricote N12 Micro + TE 140 Day - 12 : 4.4 : 8.3

Controlled release fertiliser containing trace elements to provide a complete fertiliser during propagation (ie. cell, plug and tube production).  It provides long term feeding for propagation.

Features

This particular formulation of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is designed for the optimum growth and performance of plants during the propagation phase;

  • Superior control of nutrient release over 140 days
  • Nutrient release designed to match plants nutritional requirements
  • All NPK components and trace elements combined in every prill
  • Micro sized prills for even distribution
  • Robust coating for increased safety
  • Nutrient release consistent with plant needs

By matching nutrient release longevity with plant growth and growing conditions, the loss of nutrients through leaching is minimised, this facilitates a more cost effective nutritional programme and reduced concentrations of nutrients are introduced to the environment; Nutrient release is matched to plant needs, ie. in winter when temperatures fall, plant growth slows and lower levels of nutrients are required, while the rate of nutrient release also slows in response to lower temperatures; Technical support and advice is available for all Yates Nutricote products; Yates Nutricote is manufactured to the highest quality standards.

How It Works

Yates Nutricote controlled release fertiliser (CRF) consists of granules (prills) of fertiliser that have been coated with a polymer. Each prill contains NPK and depending on the formulation, may contain trace elements as well. After prills are applied to potting mix or soil, water vapour starts to penetrate into the coating. The nutrients inside are dissolved and an osmotic pressure is formed, followed by gradual and controlled release of the nutrients. Nutrients are continually released during the stated longevity. The rate of release is determined by soil temperature. As soil temperature increases, the rate at which nutrients are released also increases.

Directions for use

Yates Nutricote Micro Fine can be applied in 2 ways –

  • Incorporation through potting mix or soil, before planting;
  • Topdressing, whereby fertiliser is applied around the plant on the surface of the potting mix or soil, at any time of the life of the crop.

Application rates can vary from 1g/l up to 3-4g/l of growing media. The application rate is determined by the longevity of the product used, container and plant size, planting time, the growing season of the crop and even the application method. Always refer to Yates Nutricote label recommendations before use.

Precautions

Always read label recommendations before use. Do not use this formulation on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plant species.

Additional Information

The release rate of Yates Nutricote products are based on an average day/night soil temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. During the months when temperatures are consistently higher than this, release occurs more quickly, while in the cooler months the release rate is reduced. This characteristic is entirely predictable.

Pack sizes: 10kg