Richgro 250g Bug Killa Granular Garden Insecticide

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$10.90
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Product Description

Richgro Bug Killa now provides a minimum of 2 months extended protection against a wide range of sucking insects on all your ornamental plants, including Roses, Azaleas, Camellias, Gardenias and Lilly Pillys in the garden or in pots.

Richgro Bug Killa is a systemic insecticide that is taken up by the plants roots to control pests. It also contains Iron and Zeolite which are beneficial to plant health.

  • Minimum 2 months systemic protection
  • Treats up to 500 plants
  • Added plant boosters
  • Easy to use granular form
  • For pots and gardens

Product Details

Model Name
Richgro Bug Killa
Model Number
CRI9500
Material
Granular insecticide
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:95 H:170 L:45
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:95 H:170 L:45
Weight
0.250
Application Method
Sprinkle and water in well
Product Size (g)
250
Organic
No
Fruit and Vegetable Friendly
No
Pet and Livestock Friendly
No
Hazard Classification
Caution

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