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Buy No grow seed mix 4kg: <ul><strong><li>Waste-free nutrient source</li><li>Attracts a variety of bird species</li><li>Fallen seeds will not grow</li></strong></ul><br>Attract chaffinches, blue tits, robins and plenty more species to the garden with this premium seed mix. Containing a high-energy blend of oil-rich sunflower hearts, peanut bites and suet treats, it includes no husks or germinating seeds to avoid waste and unwanted plants.<br><br>Suitable for seed feeders, bird tables and ground feeding, but place well away from cats and other predators.<br><br>Ensure a plentiful supply at peak feeding times such as dusk and dawn, and provide a fresh supply of drinking water nearby. Clear away any uneaten food/droppings regularly to keep the feeding area hygienic.<br><br>Contains 4kg feed in a resealable bag to retain freshness. Store in a cool, dry place.

  • Waste-free nutrient source
  • Attracts a variety of bird species
  • Fallen seeds will not grow

Attract chaffinches, blue tits, robins and plenty more species to the garden with this premium seed mix. Containing a high-energy blend of oil-rich sunflower hearts, peanut bites and suet treats, it includes no husks or germinating seeds to avoid waste and unwanted plants.

Suitable for seed feeders, bird tables and ground feeding, but place well away from cats and other predators.

Ensure a plentiful supply at peak feeding times such as dusk and dawn, and provide a fresh supply of drinking water nearby. Clear away any uneaten food/droppings regularly to keep the feeding area hygienic.

Contains 4kg feed in a resealable bag to retain freshness. Store in a cool, dry place.

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