Greenacres launches fertilisers for Glee

Greenacres Direct will launch Sulphur Veg as a 'natural defence against vegetable diseases' at Glee.


The company said: "When we all had our open fires and a less conscious way of living Sulphur rich air was wonderful for our gardens but not necessary for us. With the advent of the clean air act which resulted in less Sulphur being in the atmosphere our gardens and plants have been hard hit.

The 250g packet treats 250sqm and is designed to reduce susceptibility to powdery mildew, blights and rusts.


The product goes alongside Sulphur Rose and Sulphur Soil in Greenacres' range.

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