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Buy Grazers G4 - lily beetle: <ul><b><li>Pet, wildlife and eco friendly</li><li>Strengthens and stimulates plant growth</li><li>Non-toxic - nutrient based</li></b></ul><br>Recommended in the Financial Times, this unique Grazers G4 deterrent spray protects lily plants from decimation by the dreaded lily beetle.<br><br>The ready-to-use spray is applied to leaves, where it accumulates and spreads to prevent feeding damage from both beetles and larvae.<br><br>Actively encouraging healthy growth in treated plants, the nutrient-based formula contains no chemicals that will harm beetles, plants, soil, or other beneficial insects in the process.<br><br>Sprayed proactively every 7-10 days upon first sighting (from March onwards depending on your region and climate), plants will continue to thrive and eggs will become scarcer, reducing the numbers of new larvae.<br><br>Contains 750ml, enough to treat an area of up to 30sqm. Always read instructions before use.

  • Pet, wildlife and eco friendly
  • Strengthens and stimulates plant growth
  • Non-toxic - nutrient based

Recommended in the Financial Times, this unique Grazers G4 deterrent spray protects lily plants from decimation by the dreaded lily beetle.

The ready-to-use spray is applied to leaves, where it accumulates and spreads to prevent feeding damage from both beetles and larvae.

Actively encouraging healthy growth in treated plants, the nutrient-based formula contains no chemicals that will harm beetles, plants, soil, or other beneficial insects in the process.

Sprayed proactively every 7-10 days upon first sighting (from March onwards depending on your region and climate), plants will continue to thrive and eggs will become scarcer, reducing the numbers of new larvae.

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

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Lily beetle

I would forgive the beautiful lily beetle almost anything apart from eating my lilies! Despite my best efforts, they seem to return year after year at this time to munch irregular holes in leaves, flowers and anything else they can find called lily – actu

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