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Stamp out bugs naturally with Resolva

GARDENERS have a new weapon up their sleeve this year to win the war on bugs!

Resolva Natural Power Bug & Mildew Spray is the first of a new range of effective gardening controls from the Resolva brand designed to reduce our reliance on chemicals.

Over a third (36%) of gardeners do not use chemicals, and a further 12% use them, but have environmental and safety concerns*. However many are cautious of using non-chemical products as they fear they will not be fast acting or effective.

Resolva Natural Power Bug & Mildew Spray is a fast acting physical action spray which prevents insects, pests, mites and mildew from infesting plants. It is safe to use on a huge range of ornamentals and edibles and crops can be eaten the same day they are sprayed. It’s the result of 4 years of research and testing and is a great alternative designed to appeal by gardener who are put off using chemicals, but want something more effective than trying to squash pests by hand.

Daniela Constantine, Brand Manager for Resolva, said: “Non-chemical controls are growing in popularity each year. However, many of the options currently available are either a poor substitute or their long-term effects are not yet properly understood.

“We’ve spent the past two years developing this innovative formulas with Syngenta under the Resolva brand to deliver an alternative that consumers can trust.”

*Marketing Research 2014

 

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