Customer Question – Is SB Invigorator safe for bees?
“Hi, just brought some live ladybirds from you which I’ve successfully released – brilliant thanks. Just wondered if your SB Invigorator spray is safe for bees etc. I suspect not
Customer Question – Sheltered enough for ladybirds?
Q. “Hi there, sorry if this question is a little stupid. Just wanted to check before ordering the ladybird larvae. My garden already has aphids all over one of my
Customer Question – Slugs in a composter?
Q.“Which product would be the best thing to use in my composter which has a lot of slugs in it?” Sally Parfitt A. Thanks for the message and Nemaslug Slug Killer
Customer Question – Dealing with Aphids and Whitefly?
Q. “What’s the best way of getting rid of a variety of pests in the conservatory? The green and whitefly are going mad, though have tried to keep on top
Customer Question – Ladybirds and Aphids on a balcony
Q. “I’ve recently discovered the joy of gardening on my south facing balcony. Everything is in pots containers and I’ve been having a lot of success but I’ve now got
Customer Question – Stopping holes in cooking apples
Q. “My cooking apples always have holes eaten through them which is probably coddling moth larvae. Will Nemasys Fruit and Vegetable Protection fix this and how do I apply them
Customer Question – Nemaslug Temperature and Depth
Q. “Now the soil is warming up, I want to apply nemaslug as soon as it is appropriate. At what depth in the soil does the temperature need to be
Customer Question – Where have all the ladybird gone?
“Where have all the ladybirds gone and is it safe to introduce them now? My sweetpeas are covered with aphids.” from Rowan Ross by email Thanks for the message and
Customer Question about Waspinators
“Good morning please can you let me know how long your waspinator lasts and also what is the shelf life.” Thanks Ron Bailey Thanks for the message and the Waspinator
Customer Question – Ladybirds and SB Invigorator
Q. “I bought some ladybirds from you in 2017 and they survived on my indoor plants through that winter and into 2018, breeding and hatching more generations. I thought that