New range of green control products become available on Amazon

by | Jan 26, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

A brand new range of environmentally sensitive feed, weed and control products launched for the 2017 season by Sipcam will soon be available from online giant Amazon.

From February, consumers can make online purchase of 18 new ?green? products in the ecofective range which have clear objectives to:

  • Be kinder to the environment compared to conventional products;
  • Demonstrate excellent efficacy in use;
  • Include ingredients with favourable eco-toxicological and health and safety profiles and, preferably, using naturally derived ingredients.

The range includes a non-pesticide ecofective Rose Defender to control aphids and powdery mildew with an added foliar feed and a Weed Blast which has a patented natural formula that gives visible results after one hour.? Other products in the ecofective range include a Path & Patio Weed and Moss Killer, a Bug Killer which is used extensively by organic farmers and growers, a non-pesticide Plant Defender and a 100% natural and organic Wonder Feed for tomatoes.

?Our technology has been developed following many years of strategic R&D in cooperation with leading international universities?, explained Matt Jones from Sipcam UK.

?All research shows that British domestic gardeners seek environmentally responsible ways to help them.? With the ecofective range available on Amazon, they can buy safe control products from the comfort of their home and with confidence.? Ecofective makes the bio-technologies we have developed available to them in attractive and easily useable forms.?

Ecofective products are all produced to the highest international standards including ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 and meet all relevant EU and international requirements.

The new range will also be available from February 2017 at garden centres and Homebase.? Please visit


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