Spring has sprung. Buds have burst open and weeds are beginning to increase in number and size on paths and in flower beds.
Join Kiwicare in the battle against weeds. Weeds in the garden can also be very damaging to the environment. New Zealanders are encouraged to roll up their sleeves and join forces to fight against invasive weeds in a new campaign - The War on Weeds.
Watch these garden videos on how to mix and dilute liquid and powder spray concentrates to get the best from the product, to reduce waste and keep safe.
Watch this video to learn how to use the Kiwicare Pump & Spray pre-filled ready to use pressurised spray units. Presented by David Brittain.
Learn what the difference between annual, biennial and perennial weeds is and how to use this information to select the best weed killer herbicide.
We are often asked what the term 'broadleaf weeds' means. Not all broadleaf weeds have broad leaves. Learn the difference between broadleaf weeds (plants) and grasses.
Kiwicare make selective and non-selective weed killers. What are they and when should you use them?
Kiwicare makes both contact and systemic weed killers. This is an explanation of what what they are and when to use them.
Kiwicare makes pre-emergence and post-emergence weed killers. What do these terms mean and how are the products used?
Plants are susceptible to disease. Many of the plants we grow in our garden have been bred for traits that we desire, such as flowers, large fruit, good flavour and shape.
Kiwicare LawnPro lawn care products solve the weed problems common in New Zealand lawns. We know because we get rid of them all.
Rats and mice are pests in the garden. They eat seeds and seedlings, gnaw and damage irrigation pipework, live in compost heaps and leave urine and droppings that can carry disease.
Roses are now completely aphid free and I've just become a fan of your Super Spraying Oil.
It's quite amazing! That is what Chris and Helen of Wellington think of Organic Weedfree Rapid herbicide.
I hasten to add my complete satisfaction with the product in deterring cat and dogs...
Onehunga Prickle Weed is a common weed of lawns and recreational turf and is probably one of the most hated because of its prickly seeds which are painful to walk on.
Ensure your garden explodes with health in spring by taking a little time now to protect your trees, shrubs and roses from pests and diseases.
A breakthrough in Weed control. Weed Weapon is faster acting weedkiller that controls a broader range of weeds and grasses than traditional weedkillers. Read what people have to say..
Nourish is a very popular product in our organic range. With four specifically designed types Citrus, Flower, Vegetable and All Purpose it is hard to find a better source of rich liquid nutrients for your plants. Read what people have to say...
As one of our most popular products in our organic range, Organic Caterpillar BioControl is an excellent way to keep those hungry caterpillars off your Fruit and Vegetables. Read what people have to say...
Weed Weapon is bloody fast! That is what the Bug Man Ruud Kleinpaste says about Weed Weapon Rapid Action.
A breakthrough in Weed control. Weed Weapon is faster acting weedkiller that controls a broader range of weeds and grasses than traditional weedkillers.
Tired of spraying weeds and coming back a week later to find no change; that they’re still green and standing tall? It leaves you wondering 'Did I spray it properly? Do I have to do it again?'
Ensure your garden explodes with health in spring by taking a little time now to protect your trees and shrubs from pests and diseases.
Ellerslie International Flower Show is on in Christchurch's Hagley Park 7th-11th March 2012.
We have had fantastic feedback from our customers about our new Nourish Organic Fertiliser Range. Look at the incredible difference Nourish Flower has made to this Christchurch garden!
Weeds are plants in the wrong place; where they may look unsightly or cause harm to garden plants, crops or the environment. Weeds are ‘weedy’ because they grow and spread fast, often shading and strangling other plants.
For New Zealand’s North Island and Upper South Island December was amongst the wettest on record.
There are few stinging insects in New Zealand but the few we have can cause more than just a nuisance; they can be a threat to our health.
Transplanting is a stressful time for any plant or tree. Root systems consist of branching roots covered in delicate microscopic 'hairs' through which most absorption of water and nutrients takes place.
One of the many delights of having a garden is seeing and hearing the variety of wildlife it attracts. Birds, bees, butterflies and others add to the garden’s beauty.
Many Kiwicare products for use in the garden are concentrates or powders for mixing with water or other solvent before application. This article provides advice on how to dilute and make up sprays from concentrates.
There are many insect pests that will damage the plants in your garden. Some suck the sap and nutrients from the plants, some eat the leaves and roots, some spread disease to plants and some are a nuisance or danger to people in the garden directly.
Lawns are the carpets for your outdoor living space. Among the pleasures of the garden are looking at a beautiful, lush, even, green lawn and walking barefoot across it feeling the soft grass underfoot without fear of prickles.
Weeds are plants growing in the wrong place. They may be in the wrong place because they harm the plants around them, they are unsightly, they encourage pests and disease, or make being in the garden unpleasant.
It's always better to prevent your plants from being infected with diseases rather than trying to cure them.
All spiders produce venom but few in New Zealand are able to bite humans and cause any harm. Those that can include the Australian Redback, and white tail spiders and the native katipo.
Winter is the time to prune and protect your roses in preparation for getting the best display from them this summer.