Permafelt cabbage collars - pack of 18

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Buy Permafelt cabbage collars - pack of 18: Pack of 18 easy-fit Permafelt collars made from recycled plastic bottles. Fit around the base of cabbages and other brassicas to form a chemical-free barrier that will deter cabbage root fly and slugs.<br><br>The collars will also help suppress weeds, conserve moisture in soil and act as a protective blanket over roots to keep them snug. Reusable season after season, they can be recycled when they finally retire.

Pack of 18 easy-fit Permafelt collars made from recycled plastic bottles. Fit around the base of cabbages and other brassicas to form a chemical-free barrier that will deter cabbage root fly and slugs.

The collars will also help suppress weeds, conserve moisture in soil and act as a protective blanket over roots to keep them snug. Reusable season after season, they can be recycled when they finally retire.

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