Grazers G3 - cabbage white butterfly

750ml £6.99
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Buy Grazers G3 - cabbage white butterfly: <ul><b><li>People, pet and planet friendly</li><li>Stimulates healthy growth</li><li>Easy to apply</li></b></ul><br>Protect cabbage plants and other edible crops against damage from butterflies, caterpillars and aphids with this ready-to-use spray.<br><br>Completely harmless to plants, soil and pests, the non-toxic spray is nutrient based and works systematically. Sprayed on leaves, it is absorbed into the plant and provides a deterrent effect against pests while encouraging healthy growth.<br><br>Contains 750ml, enough to treat an area of up to 30sqm. Always read instructions before use.

  • People, pet and planet friendly
  • Stimulates healthy growth
  • Easy to apply

Protect cabbage plants and other edible crops against damage from butterflies, caterpillars and aphids with this ready-to-use spray.

Completely harmless to plants, soil and pests, the non-toxic spray is nutrient based and works systematically. Sprayed on leaves, it is absorbed into the plant and provides a deterrent effect against pests while encouraging healthy growth.

Contains 750ml, enough to treat an area of up to 30sqm. Always read instructions before use.

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