News brands and new products from SBM Life Science

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SBM Life Science is launching a hard hitting hitting revolutionary new weedkiller brand at GLEE 2017.? Job done, has the perfect solution for every challenge, whether it?s tackling the toughest of weeds, preventing re-growth or getting quick results.

Job done is a a key element in SBM Life Science?s new strategy, New Time, New Way, announced earlier this year.

?At the heart of the strategy is our commitment to innovation,? explained Christina Bouzala, group brand manager of SBM Life Science: ?And Job done is truly innovative.? It has both new chemistry and a powerful, attention grabbing new look and feel.?

Job done Tough Weedkiller

Nothing kills tough weeds faster and prevents re-growth for longer (up to three months).

Building on a professional formulation used to clear weeds from rail lines, SBM Life Science has invested in innovative new chemistry, which is now approved for consumer use.

Job done Tough Weedkiller Ready to Use is available in 1L and 3L packs.? A residual and systemic weedkiller, it contains diflufenican and:

  • Kills tough and deep rooted weeds like brambles, nettles, thistles and many more.
  • Produces visible results in just 24 hours!
  • Provides three months? prevention against new weeds.

Job done Tough Weedkiller Sachets kills tough and difficult weeds right down to the root.? In simple soluble sachets, no measuring is required; just drop and go!? It?s ideal for untidy, overgrown areas, which can be replanted immediately after application.

Job done Tough Tree Stump Killer is a tough systemic weedkiller, which kills tree stumps and deep roots.

Job done Path Weedkiller

Nothing kills tough weeds faster and prevents re-growth for longer (up to three months!)

With a systemic and residual action and containing diflufenican, Job done Path Weedkiller is available in Ready to Use 1L and 3L formulations.? It:

  • Is ideal for paths, drives and patios.
  • Kills weeds fast ? visible results within 24 hours.
  • Offers 3 months? prevention against new weed growth.

Job done Path Weedkiller Simple Soluble Sachets contain glyphosate.? With no measuring required, just drop and go. ?Killing weeds right down to the roots, it is effective against broad leaved weeds and grass.? The area can be replanted immediately after use.

Job done General Purpose Weedkiller

Kills tough weeds to the root so they don?t come back; the area can be replanted immediately

Job done General Purpose Weedkiller Ready to Use is a strong systemic weedkiller.? It kills weeds and roots dead, so there is no re-growth.? It?s ideal for clearing unwanted vegetation.

Job done General Purpose Weedkiller Concentrate has a concentrated formula, which offers great economy.

Job done General Purpose Weedkiller Sachets offer a super concentrated systemic weedkiller ideal for clearing overgrown areas.? The area can be replanted immediately and the Simple Soluble Sachets mean no measuring is required, just drop and go!

Job done Moss Killer

Effective against moss and algae

Giving visible results in one hour, Job Done Moss Killer Ready to Use is ideal for use on permeable surfaces such as block paving, decking and gravel.? It can also be used on terracotta and greenhouse and conservatory glass and its non-staining foamy formulation means it?s easy to see where you?ve been.

Job done Moss Killer Concentrate can be used on lawns and its concentrated formula offers great economy.

Job done Lawn Weedkiller

Job done Lawn Weedkiller Ready to Use kills most common lawn weeds right down to the root.? It kills dandelions, daisies, white clover, yarrow, buttercups and selfheal.

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