Sipcam UK and Assured Products team up for release at Glee

by | Sep 4, 2018 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Sipcam UK and Assured Products, will present something new and exciting for garden retailers this year at Glee.
The result is a range of garden care products licenced under the RHS brand that will be a must have for retailers.
The RHS licensed range will include Weedkiller, Moss Killer, Path, Patio & Decking Cleaner, Bug & Mildew Control and Slug Killer.
The new RHS Weedkiller and Moss Killer uses acetic acid, a component of vinegar, as a natural and effective ingredient that kills weeds and moss.
Acetic acid is an alternative for retailers concerned about glyphosate.
RHS Path & Patio Cleaner is also from the acetic acid range. The organic compound cleans and restores the natural colour of a surface and is good for use all year round.
The new RHS Bug and Mildew Control controls pests, deters powdery mildew, nourishes and feeds the plant.
The RHS Slug Killer pellets, approved by organic growers, is a Ferric Phosphate formula.
New packaging supports the new range. It will feature the RHS logo on each of the products. It makes them immediately identifiable to the consumer.

Sipcam UK exclusive distributors

The RHS range will be available only to garden centres only through Sipcam UK.
Matt Jones of Sipcam UK said: ?We’re delighted to partner with Assured Products on this RHS range. It’s a strong and trusted branded offer under the Natural Solutions umbrella.
“Sipcam will be supplying the garden centre market with this range. We have an R&D pipeline that will continue to feed both brands with innovative product solutions?.
Peter Graham of Assured Products said ?We’re delighted to be working in partnership with Sipcam for the new RHS licenced range.
“There is a strong synergy between the technologies and RHS brands. It’ll enable us to meet the increasing consumer demand for effective garden care solutions.?
Sipcam UK will be exhibiting at Glee on stand 8D81 where visitors will be able to view both the ecofective and RHS range.

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