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Lack of rainfall this spring

05/05/2019

At most in the South East we had under 50% of the average rainfall in April, after a slightly below average March.

The forecast rain is also below average.

Watering should have commenced on planted and transplanted trees, that were planted in the last five years and all containerised trees.

Available moisture in the soil from prior will be getting depleted, faster than normal.

We need days of rain to redress the balance

For more information follow this link: Lack of rainfall this spring

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