March 26, 2019

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The Nature of Cities Summit -

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Friday, February 22, 2019

City’s Draft Water Strategy opens for public comments -

Friday, February 22, 2019

Construction begins on Sol Kerzner’s new Western Cape estate. -

Friday, February 22, 2019

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Friday, February 15, 2019

Phase One of the R4.5bn O.R. Tambo mixed-use precinct development unveiled -

Friday, February 15, 2019

10 Year Partnership of Growth for Haifa and Prime Trees

Pro Landscaper really enjoys it when a great partnership of industry pioneers and supporters comes together in this manner!

Prime Trees wholesale nursery and Haifa South Africa celebrate their 10 year partnership promoting the growth of container grown trees. To commemorate this partnership, Prime Trees has incorporated Haifa Multicote branding on their new bags in which their trees are being grown.

The partnership began 10 years ago when Bruce Stewart, Director of Prime Trees was looking for the best suitable fertilizer solution for his container grown trees. A chance meeting with Michael Koch, Senior Agronomist at Haifa South Africa, introduced Bruce to the world of Multicote, Controlled Release Fertilizers. After some trials in the 2007/08 season Bruce immediately realised the benefits of using Multicote as his base fertilizer for all his container grown trees. He converted his entire nursery to incorporate Haifa Multicote (8) 15-3-12+Mg+Me whenever new trees were planted or when potting up to a bigger container.

The continuous availability of a balanced nutrition ensures that trees grow at their maximum rate, clearly evident in the size and uniformity of quality trees produced by Prime Trees. A single application per season reduced Prime Trees labour costs, allowing labour to be put to more efficient use, growing and planting many more trees.

 

For more:

Click here for Prime Trees or here for Haifa.

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