Yates Zero Weeding Brush Herbicide Applicator

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$30.68
Price correct as at Sat 10 Dec 2016 4:33:39
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Product Description

Yates Zero Weeding Brush is an effective and easy way to kill weeds and grasses in rockeries, garden beds, paths, driveways, along fence lines and lawn edges, or before planting new lawns and gardens. The specially developed valve on the brush prevents any leaking, and the easy to apply brush mechanism makes spot weeding easy without back breaking bending.

  • Specially developed valve on the brush prevents any leaking
  • Only requires a dilute glyphosate solution to control most common weeds
  • Easy-to-apply brush mechanism makes spot weeding easy and saves back breaking bending
  • Is deactivated immediately on contact with soil, so only treated plants are affected by the spray
  • Perfect for killing weeds and grasses in rockeries, garden beds, paths, driveways, along fencelines and lawn edges

Product Details

Model Name
Yates Applicater Zero Weeding Brush
Model Number
35245
Material
Plastic
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:120 H:985 L:140
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:126 H:990 L:150
Weight
1kg
Ready to use
No
Concentrate
No
Non Selective
No
Selective
No
Systemic
No
Contact
No
Post emergent
No
Pre emergent
No
Organic
No
Fruit and Vegetable Friendly
No
Pet and Livestock Friendly
No

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