Armyworms Lawn/garden Pest

Insecticides

Insecticides are products used in your garden to prevent unwanted damage to your lawn by insect pests.

While small amounts of insect damage can be tolerated from some, there are also pests such as Armyworm that march across your lawn, destroying it in less than 2 days if left untreated.

At The Lawn Shed we pride ourselves on bringing the professional products to the home lawn owner and the turf industry gold standard is Acelepryn, a granular product applied to the lawn to provides season long grub control with a single application. Providing 6 months protection from one application you can apply with confidence that you’re protected and save time in the process.

It’s commonly used in schools, local sporting grounds due to it’s excellent safety and environmental profile.

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