Tui Moss Control for Lawns

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Available in: 700g

Unsightly moss can ruin the well-kept appearance of your lawn. Apply Tui Moss Control featuring a Sulphate of Iron formulation to eliminate moss and promote a deep green colour in your lawn.

Treats 46m².

Benefits

  • Sulphate of Iron formulation eliminates moss in your lawn.
  • Promotes a lush, dark green lawn.

Directions for use

  • Apply 15g (approx. 1 tablespoon) per square metre of lawn, either directly or dissolved in a watering can (1L for every 15g).
  • Water in well after application.

Treats 46m²

Considerations: do not use on new lawns as the product may burn your lawn. Avoid contact with paths, driveways and other porous or hard surfaces as the iron content may stain. If product does make contact, remove particles promptly by sweeping or blowing to avoid staining, do not wash off with water. Avoid contact with clothing as the iron content may stain.

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