Posted by Nikki Ryan Longno on
50mm ― recommended for top-ups 75mm ― recommended for aesthetics 100mm ― recommended for water conservation and aesthetic longevity 150mm ― recommended for soft-fall compliance top-ups and horticulture projects 200mm ― recommended for soil remediation and new horticulture projects 300mm ― required new installation depth for commercial soft-fall compliance
Posted by CBMC Support on
Phytophthora Dieback (‘Dieback’) is a soil borne pathogen with a range of hosts in the southwest of Western Australia. These predominantly come from the Proteaceae, Myrtaceae, Xanthorrhoeaceae and Ericaceae and Fabaceae plant families. While some plant species are resistant, others are susceptible to the disease caused by the pathogen resulting in chlorosis, dieback and usually death. The Dieback pathogen is widespread in areas with greater than 800 mm of annual rainfall, less extensive in areas that receive between 600–800 mm and mainly restricted to water-gaining sites in areas that receive 400–600 mm. The pathogen does not occur in areas that receive...
Posted by ECO GROUP on
The EcoJarrah business has been acquired by ECO-MULCH PTY LTD ‒ Part of the WARP Group. The business is being restructured and redeveloped, with improvements being made to the products and services, customer service and delivery processes to ensure better performance and capability. Please stay tuned to future updates.