- Promoting plant growth
18 May, 2020Read More
Your landscape deserves the best growth and maintenance possible – and that is only going to happen with the right care and attention.
- Which tree guard is best for you?
08 April, 2020Read More
Tree guards can be essential to ensuring the survival of your plants and trees – especially when they’re young and vulnerable to external forces.
- What are the effects of soil erosion?
06 March, 2020Read More
Healthy and vibrant soil is super important to many individuals, communities and countries that care about proper land management. However, soil erosion threatens vegetation growth and can also cause pollution and affect water quality. It is a vital area of landscaping that we must understand, control and mitigate. At All Stake Supply, we not only […]
- How bushfires impact soil erosion and vegetation
19 February, 2020Read More
Australia is currently experiencing its worst bushfires ever. About 12 million acres have burned since the fires began, devouring the nation. This has had a huge impact on families, communities, wildlife, vegetation and the country itself. In this article, we will take a look at the impact that bushfires have on soil erosion and vegetation […]
- COMING SOON: green-POD – Enviro Seedling Guard
20 January, 2020Read More
Green-POD – Enviro Seedling Guard changes everything in plant protection. The innovative green-POD combines natural fibre and clever design to create the perfect guard for plants and the environment. Green-pod protection Benefits: Green-POD – is the new way to protect and grow healthy seedlings. Made from recycled fibre green-POD protects from predators, herbicide and harsh […]
- Tips for successful revegetation
15 January, 2020Read More
Bushfires have recently caused a lot of damage across the Australian landscape. Areas of vegetation that have been devastated by bushfire or erosion might be unable to repair naturally. This impacts the delicate balance of an ecosystem.
- Benefits of root barrier installation
05 December, 2019Read More
With summer approaching, we want to make sure our landscapes are properly prepared for the increase in temperature. Yes, the extra heat can dry out the ground, but it also helps promote growth.