Weedol lawn weedkiller concentrate

1 litre £13.49
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Buy Weedol lawn weedkiller concentrate: This easy-mix Weedol liquid offers a great-value way to treat stubborn lawn weeds without harming grass. When diluted, the bottle will treat an area of up to 667m2.<br><br>A single application will kill most lawn weeds, including dandelion, daisy, white clover, black medick, lesser trefoil, plantain and common mouse-ear, allowing grass to thrive.<br><br>To use, dilute as directed in a pressure sprayer or a watering can with a very fine rose and apply over the whole lawn. Leave new lawns to establish for at least 2 months before treatment.<br><br>Child and pet friendly. For best results, use between April and September when weeds are actively growing, and do not mow for 3 days before or after treatment.<br><br>Contains 10.7g/l, fluroxypyr, 5.4g/L clopyralid and 53.4g/L MCPA as a micro-emulsion formulation (ME). Always read the label before use.

This easy-mix Weedol liquid offers a great-value way to treat stubborn lawn weeds without harming grass. When diluted, the bottle will treat an area of up to 667m2.

A single application will kill most lawn weeds, including dandelion, daisy, white clover, black medick, lesser trefoil, plantain and common mouse-ear, allowing grass to thrive.

To use, dilute as directed in a pressure sprayer or a watering can with a very fine rose and apply over the whole lawn. Leave new lawns to establish for at least 2 months before treatment.

Child and pet friendly. For best results, use between April and September when weeds are actively growing, and do not mow for 3 days before or after treatment.

Contains 10.7g/l, fluroxypyr, 5.4g/L clopyralid and 53.4g/L MCPA as a micro-emulsion formulation (ME). Always read the label before use.

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