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Answer: Hi Narelle, To help improve the soil structure did you add organic material to the soil prior to planting to help break down the clay? If not you could add compost each year and some dolomite to improve the soil structure. This Spring apply some Yates Uplift which contains seaweed, fulvic acid, wetting agent and Bio-activ Microbes which will all help improve the root development and boost the plants health. The wetting agent will also help ensure the nutrients filter readily down to the plant roots.
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