Silent roar lion manure

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Buy Silent roar lion manure: <ul><b><li>Environmentally friendly</li><li>Organic and chemical-free</li><li>Ready to use</li></b></ul><br>Silent Roar is a 100% organic fertiliser with an added bonus - many gardeners find it to be remarkably effective at deterring cats!<br><br>In 2000, the product actually came top in a cat deterrent trial by BBC's Watchdog, which found it to work within 3 hours of application.<br><br>Eco-friendly and containing no artificial chemicals, the pellets are soaked in real essence of lion dung, before being dried and sterilised ready for use on beds and borders.<br><br>To use, scatter the pellets about 3-4 inches apart using the gloves provided. In normal weather conditions, one application may last up to three months. After heavy rain, you may want to sprinkle a few more pellets.<br><br>Supplied in a 0.5kg box.<br><br>Please note: wash hands after use and keep out of reach of children.

  • Environmentally friendly
  • Organic and chemical-free
  • Ready to use

Silent Roar is a 100% organic fertiliser with an added bonus - many gardeners find it to be remarkably effective at deterring cats!

In 2000, the product actually came top in a cat deterrent trial by BBC's Watchdog, which found it to work within 3 hours of application.

Eco-friendly and containing no artificial chemicals, the pellets are soaked in real essence of lion dung, before being dried and sterilised ready for use on beds and borders.

To use, scatter the pellets about 3-4 inches apart using the gloves provided. In normal weather conditions, one application may last up to three months. After heavy rain, you may want to sprinkle a few more pellets.

Supplied in a 0.5kg box.

Please note: wash hands after use and keep out of reach of children.

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I would buy this product again!

5

Have been using this for years and it works! Keeps the foxes, badgers, cats and deer out of the garden

pamit

Essex

Yes

Great Discovery

5

I have used this product for several years,& have not had a cat on my lawn since then.At first it seems like it is not effective ,but ,persevere & it does work..The secret is to get rid of every trace of cat poo & it is effective!!!

Al

Wales

Yes

Ineffective

1

The product promised much but didn't deliver any kind of success for me. Cats were not deterred and still came frequently into my garden and used it as a communal toilet. Disappointed as I would have preferred to use a humane deterrence method but this didn't work at all.

Emily_wd

Northumberland

No

Brilliant Fertilizer

5

I bought this product as t helps keep cats out of the garden and at the same time does the garden good

Veronica

Merseydide

Yes

Not sure but doesn't discourage badgers

3

Turns out it was a badger tearing up the garden so this was ineffective this time. But I would try again if there were cats etc..

Maz

West Mids

Yes

Hope springs eternal!

4

Really easy to use, packed well, and instruction are very clear, you even get a plastic glove.

Wumpies

Burton on Trent

Yes

Silent roar lion manure

3.8 6

83.3

How long does the effect last?

JT

During normal weather conditions, one application will last up to 3 months. During periods of heavy rain, it is worth sprinkling a little extra.

Rachel

We have a fox issue at school, is it safe for children please? Not that we plan to use it where they can touch it.

SBM

Hello, Our manufacturer has advised that the silent roar is an environmentally friendly product with no artificial chemicals, therefore is safe for use around children. I hope this helps.

Product Buyers

Can this product harm my dog - he eats everything!

BigBoy

This is an environmentally friendly product and contains no artificial chemicals so will not harm your dog.

Product Buyer, Crocus

I am plagued with rabbits, they dig up everything, just for fun! Will lion dung deter them?

Hercules

Hello there As far as we know it doesn't deter rabbits. They can be a menace but the only good way of stopping them is by rabbit fencing or netting. If there are particular plants you want to protect then cover them with a cloche, otherwise it is trying to use plants that they don't normally eat. http://www.crocus.co.uk/products/_/tools/pest-control/rabbit-control/plcid.767/plcid.783/plcid.963/ I have added a link below to these plants. http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/vid.1613/ Hope this helps.

I want the lion poo to deter cats from my garden to keep our rabbit safe would the lion poo harm the rabbit

sicknote

This product is not harmful to rabbits as it is the odour which is found to deters cats rather than a particular chemical. Although not recommended by the manufacturer, customers have found that this product also seems to deter squirrels, deer and foxes.

Product Buyer, Crocus

Would this harm the grey squirrel? B Hamill

butterfly

This is an environmentally friendly product and contains no artificial chemicals. The supplier has stated that it can deter squirrels but not harm them.

Product Buyer, Crocus

Can I put this on my newly laid turf?

honeybee

Hello, Yes this is perfectly safe to use on newly laid turf and as it contains a little nitrogen, it may even do your lawn some good. The only thing to keep in mind that it is made from clay pellets, so these may be noticeable until they disintegrate. If the pellets are scattered as instructed however, these will barely be noticeable.

helen

Can this product be used safely on vegetable beds?

GardenNewbie

Hello, Yes, this is product completely safe to use on edible crops.

helen

Hello, Yes, this is product completely safe to use on edible crops.

helen

I have a problem with badgers would this help deter the badgers

Honey

Hello, I'm afraid this is not suitable for deterring badgers, however the Badger Trust has some useful information on the following link. http://www.badger.org.uk/_Attachments/Resources/55_S4.pdf

Helen

can it deter foxes?

macklamm

Hello there The manufacturer doesn't state that it deters foxes but some customers have said it does, so it may be worth trying. Hope this helps

Georgina

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