Scotts Lawn Builder 4kg Grub and Insect Control Fertiliser

I/N: 2961532
$34.98
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Product Description

Scotts® Lawn Builder™ Grub and Insect Control is a granular lawn fertiliser with added insecticide. It feeds the lawn while exterminating a range of common lawn pests.

  • All types of lawn grass including buffalo, Santa Ana Couch, Kikuyu, carpet grass and lawn substitutes
  • Nutrients are released at about the same rate that grass roots can take the fertiliser up so there is little wastage or run-off to waterways
  • Lawn Builder and Grub and Insect Control is not classified as a poison and has very low toxicity to mammals
  • No harm to earthworms in the soil

Product Details

Model Name
Insecticide Lawn Scotts 4kg Lawn Builder Grub Kill
Model Number
2961532
Material
Granular
Colour
Grey
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:180 H:335 L:110
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:288 H:251 L:383
Weight
4kgkg

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