Sucker Punch Knock Out Sprouts Brush Applicator
Sucker Punch Knock Out Sprouts Brush Applicator by Bonide at Bayfield Farms. MPN: 276. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. 8 OZ, Ready To Use, Sucker Punch, Brush Top, Plant Growth Regulator That Stops Suckers Sprouting From Roots and Pruning Cuts Of Ornamental Trees, Fruit Trees and Other Woody Plants, Lasts 6 Months, Bush On Brush Top Applicator Included.
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8 OZ, Ready To Use, Sucker Punch, Brush Top, Plant Growth Regulator That Stops Suckers Sprouting From Roots and Pruning Cuts Of Ornamental Trees, Fruit Trees and Other Woody Plants, Lasts 6 Months, Bush On Brush Top Applicator Included.
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BONIDE PRODUCTS INC
BONIDE PRODUCTS INC
9.5 x 6.5 x 7 inches
8 x 8 x 11 inches
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