Sluggo performs exceptionally well in 2016

by | Mar 9, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

Neudorff?s effective slug and snail killer, Sluggo?reached record sales in 2016, and the company is setting its sights on more of the same for the 2017 season.

A bestseller throughout spring and early summer, the pellets, which feature the natural active ingredient Iron (lll) phosphate, were made available in a larger 1kg box as an additional option to the 800 g bottle and 450 g box.

?We are extremely pleased with the performance of Sluggo?in the past year,? commented Jude Beharall, sales director for Neudorff UK and ROI: ?Our new packaging size has, just like the entire range, proven to be a top seller. The handy shaker box is made of environmentally friendly, recyclable cardboard and is moisture resistant. It is easy to use and protects the product from caking.”

“With changing attitudes to harsh chemicals and?more awareness of the ingredients used in the pest control products, I am confident that we can match or indeed exceed the 2016 success of Sluggo?this year,? Jude added.

Sluggo?Slug & Snail Killer is certified for organic use by the Organic Farmers & Growers Association. After consuming the rain resistant pellets, slugs and snails burrow into the soil to die. With Sluggo, neither dead slugs nor slime trails are?visible. Any leftover pellets convert into iron and phosphate in the soil, delivering added nutrients to the plants.

Edible plants can be harvested immediately after application and children and pets do not need to be excluded from areas being treated.

For more information on Neudorff visit?www.neudorff-trade.co.uk?or call 0121 7671821.

Use plant protection products safely. Always read the label and products information before use.

 

Neudorff Sluggo?Slug & Snail Killer 450ml bottle ? RRP: ?3.99

Neudorff Sluggo?Slug & Snail Killer 800ml bottle ? RRP: ?6.99

Neudorff Sluggo?Slug & Snail Killer 1kg box ? RRP: ?6.99

 

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