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100% Irish Ocean leaves seaweed fertiliser is produced in Killinick, Co. Wexford. Made from hand-harvested wild seaweed. Packed full of micro & macronutrients. Along with multi marine minerals which include calcium, magnesium and nitrogen. The process Ocean Leaves seaweed fertiliser is produced using a cold
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Jeyes Fluid, has been proudly keeping gardens clean for over 140 years. They are now leaping into the future with their new recyclable plastic bottle and updated formula. The new and improved revamped bottle will be more environmentally friendly. To the previous heritage tin bottle, that so many of us are familiar with. The brown dye
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Valdor Flex Weed Control
Glyphosate-free residual herbicide Unichem are the sole distributor for Valdor Flex 500g in Ireland. If you are looking for a glyphosate-free residual herbicide to control weeds this is the product you need. Having a prepared plan is the first step to any successful weed control programme. This will save you time and
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JCB SOCKS IRELAND
JCB socks Ireland a product of hard work Unichem are the sole distributer for JCB socks in Ireland. In every corner of the world you’ll find a JCB machine. JCB is one of the world’s top three manufacturers of construction equipment. They have a proud
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DIY SOS (The big build Ireland). The show that gave the country a much desired lift. During what can be described as a challenging year for all. The three families that took part in the show captured the hearts of the nation. Along with showing
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Oven-dried high quality grubs Unichem are delighted to announce our new Irish supplier Hexafly, who produce high quality grubs for wild birds. Based in Navan Co.Meath this 100% Irish owned company are innovative in there approach ensuring the highest quality grubs are produced all year
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What is Box Blight? Box Blight is an air borne fungus disease that specifically attacks box or boxwood plants (genus buxus). Box blight doesn’t kill roots, so diseased plants don’t necessarily have to be dug out. The fungus survives in infected leaves, stems and residues.
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