Johnny Prefumo, LCC Project Officer, Frog Doctor and Gardening Guru bringing you some useful gardening tips!
With the incoming rain, it’s a good opportunity to feed your plants and lawn with the minimum of impact on our waterways, here’s how:
-Apply soil wetter to your garden and lawn areas, once you apply it allow the rain to activate it
-Use Mineral Fertiliser at the recommended rates
-Build the soil by adding compost to your lawn, ornamental plants and veggies, if you have sandy soil add clay as well.
Love the Leschenault folks
A fantastic review by Geraldine and Steve Janicke for the Oyster Harbour Catchment Group in 2018
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The South West Natural Resource Management Region is a diverse and unique part of WA. It is home to world renowned natural landscapes, incredible wildlife, agricultural produce and is a tourism mecca. The region faces a number of threats and opportunities which will impact on our natural environment and the people who live here.
Check out the South West Environmental Snapshot website: www.southwestsnapshot.com.au
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