Dog Rocks 200g Lawn Protector

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$11.92
Price correct as at Sat 19 Aug 2017 11:03:55 PM
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Product Description

Dog Rocks are a 100 percent natural, unique product used to help prevent those nasty patches appearing on your lawn after your dog has peed. Simply place the contents of a single pack of Dog Rocks into 2 litres of water.

Your lawn starting to look greener and fresher and no new burn patches should appear. The product however will not bring a dead lawn back to life.

Dog Rocks are an all Australian natural product which will start improving your lawn with 5 weeks. Dog Rocks need to be replaced every 2 months to ensure your pets do the job of looking after your lush lawn.

  • Prevents those nasty patches appearing on your lawn
  • Placed in your dog's water bowl
  • Made from naturally occuring paramagnetic igneous rock
  • Improves your lawn within 5 weeks
  • All natural minerals no chemicals - straight from the earth

Product Details

Model Name
Lawn Protector 200g Dog Rocks
Model Number
6600
Material
Igneous rock
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:30 H:20 L:20
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:85 H:235 L:40
Weight
0.2
Product Size(kg)
1
Drought Tolerant
No
Suitable For Sunny Areas
Yes
Suitable For Shaded Areas
Yes
Warm Season Grass
Yes
Cool Season Grass
Yes

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