SBM Life Science: Solabiol ? In tune with nature

by | Sep 20, 2017 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

SBM Life Science is launching an exciting new range of garden care products ?In Tune with Nature? ? Solabiol.

The launch of Solabiol reflects the very different approach SBM is taking in the market, its new strategy ? New Time, New Way ? encompassing the significant changes and trends taking place in the garden care sector.

Christina Bouzala, group brand manager of SBM Life Science explained: ?Our aim is to intimately connect with gardeners and their gardens, providing them with effective and trusted product solutions that are well balanced and ?In Tune with Nature?.? Leading the way in garden care products, Solabiol is an exciting new garden care brand that embodies this approach.?

Solabiol: leading the way in Naturals garden care products

Gardening is the joy of being hands-on and partnering with nature.? Solabiol, the exciting new natural brand of garden care products ?In Tune with Nature? has a solution for all sorts of gardening needs, whether it?s:

  • protection against slugs,
  • controlling weeds or
  • protecting edibles, roses & other plants from bugs.

Certified for organic use by the Organic Farmers and Growers Ltd, a ferric phosphate slug killer is fast acting; slugs immediately stop feeding after consumption.? Containing ferric phosphate, it breaks down naturally into iron and phosphate to enrich the soil, it?s idea for use when growing fruit and vegetables.

Containing natural fatty acids, Solabiol Super Fast Weedkiller has a 5 in 1 action.? It kills broadleaved weeds, grass, moss, algae and liverwort.? With results visible in one hour it?s ideal for natural gardening and can be used in the vegetable patch and around flowers and shrubs.

Bug Free is certified for organic use by the Organic Farmers and Growers Ltd.? It controls whitefly, greenfly, blackfly, scale insects, spider mite and mealy bug and can be used on houseplants and ornamental garden plants including trees and shrubs.

Solabiol Rose Bug Killer is a new product which tackles aphids on roses along with a range of other destructive pests.? It is designed to tackle rose pests and it?s certified for organic use by the Organic Farmers and Growers Ltd.

Solabiol BUXatrap? offers biological season long control of box tree moths.? The pheromone is effective for up to three months, attracting the moth into the trap and breaking its lifecycle.? The re-usable trap comes with a refill, offering consumers value for money.

Solabiol Arbrex Seal and Heal seals and heals pruning cuts on all types of trees and Solabiol Boltac Greasebandswhich are suitable for organic gardening, help to protect fruit trees from winter moth caterpillars and other crawling insects.

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