Baby bio houseplant bug killer

1 litre £5.99
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Buy Baby bio houseplant bug killer: Protect plants against whitefly, greenfly, blackfly, caterpillars, beetles, capsids and sawfly with this fast-acting systemic insecticide. Supplied in a ready-to-use spray.<br><br>Suitable for use in the home, garden, greenhouse and conservatory. Protects for up to 2 weeks.<br><br>Contains deltamethrin. Always read the label before use.

Protect plants against whitefly, greenfly, blackfly, caterpillars, beetles, capsids and sawfly with this fast-acting systemic insecticide. Supplied in a ready-to-use spray.

Suitable for use in the home, garden, greenhouse and conservatory. Protects for up to 2 weeks.

Contains deltamethrin. Always read the label before use.

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Hi, is this non toxic? No chemicals? Also I'm hoping to use this around my basil and parsley plants which seem to have attracted fungus gnats 🙄 will it work on them?

PlantEnthusiast101

Thanks for your question. This product contains deltamethrin, a widely used synthetic insecticide which is generally safe for humans but moderately toxic through excessive skin contact or ingestion. The product is highly toxic to aquatic life, so must not be used around ponds. For an organic alternative, you could try our sticky Plant Flycatcher strips, which work very well with fungus gnats (https://www.crocus.co.uk/product/_/plant-flycatcher/classid.2000031876/). Hope this helps.

Kerry

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