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Buy Bug clear ultra gun: <ul><strong><li>Ready-to-use spray</li><li>Kills all major bugs</li><li>Prevents further attacks</li></strong></ul><br>Bug Clear Ultra is a quick and easy spray treatment to kill all major insect pests, including whitefly, greenfly, blackfly, red spider mite, caterpillars and lily beetle, scale insects and mealy bugs. Also helps keep thrips under control.<br><br>Suitable for flowers, fruit and vegetables, the systemic action offers lasting protection for treated plants after one application, keeping bugs at bay for up to three weeks.<br><br>Can be used outdoors and indoors, including greenhouses and conservatories. Contains acetamiprid. Always read the label before use.

  • Ready-to-use spray
  • Kills all major bugs
  • Prevents further attacks

Bug Clear Ultra is a quick and easy spray treatment to kill all major insect pests, including whitefly, greenfly, blackfly, red spider mite, caterpillars and lily beetle, scale insects and mealy bugs. Also helps keep thrips under control.

Suitable for flowers, fruit and vegetables, the systemic action offers lasting protection for treated plants after one application, keeping bugs at bay for up to three weeks.

Can be used outdoors and indoors, including greenhouses and conservatories. Contains acetamiprid. Always read the label before use.

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