Organic slug and snail killer

500g £4.99
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Buy Organic slug and snail killer: <ul><b><li>Kind to the environment</li><li>Extremely rain-resistant</li><li>Certified organic</li></b></ul><br>Control slugs and snails on vegetables, fruit and ornamentals without using harmful chemicals. Neudorff organic Sluggo is formulated with a naturally occurring iron compound which is completely biodegradable. Any uneaten pellets break down into iron and phosphate in the soil, delivering added nutrients to plants.<br><br>Safe to use around pets and children when used as directed. Please store the packet safely and read the label before use.<br><br>Scatter 5g per m2.

  • Kind to the environment
  • Extremely rain-resistant
  • Certified organic

Control slugs and snails on vegetables, fruit and ornamentals without using harmful chemicals. Neudorff organic Sluggo is formulated with a naturally occurring iron compound which is completely biodegradable. Any uneaten pellets break down into iron and phosphate in the soil, delivering added nutrients to plants.

Safe to use around pets and children when used as directed. Please store the packet safely and read the label before use.

Scatter 5g per m2.

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