Bayer launches string of new products

Bayer Garden's new product launches were developed to respond to gardeners' preferences, the company said.

Ultimate Fruit & Vegetable Bug Killer incorporates a Bayer active previously only available to professional growers - image: Bayer Garden
Ultimate Fruit & Vegetable Bug Killer incorporates a Bayer active previously only available to professional growers - image: Bayer Garden
New products include Baby Bio for Tomatoes, Tough Rootkill, Ground Clear Ready to Use and Ultimate Fruit & Vegetable Bug Killer. 

Alison Mulvaney, product manager at Bayer Garden, said:

"Our aim is to help gardeners, whether they are novice or experienced, tackle the challenges they face when protecting and nurturing their gardens and vegetable plots.  To this end we are continually looking to introduce new and improved formulations and active ingredients."

Baby Bio for Tomatoes is added to the Baby Bio product range in 2012. 

Tough Rootkill is a ready to use systemic weedkiller for use on bindweed, nettles, thistles, ground elder, dandelions, docks, grasses and many more unwanted weeds. 

Also in the weedkiller range is a ready to use formulation of the successful Long Lasting Ground Clear.

The third addition is the larger 12 sachet packet of Super Strength Glyphosate that, as a super concentrated systemic weedkiller, is ideal for tough weeds like Japanese Knotweed, ivy and brambles. 

New in 2012 will be Ultimate Fruit & Vegetable Bug Killer, which incorporates a Bayer active previously only available to professional growers. 

Also being launched simultaneously to gardeners and pest controllers, is Bayer Garden’s new Rat & Mouse Soft Block, which contains Difethialone.


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