Grazers Rabbit Repair Kit

Grazers Rabbit Repair Kit is a completely harmless and non-toxic liquid, effective against rabbits, pigeons, deer and geese. A simple nutrient based spray which acts quickly as a growth stimulant to accelerate and repair crop growth to above 'munchable' height...More information

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Grazers Rabbit Repair Kit is a completely harmless and non-toxic liquid, effective against rabbits, pigeons, deer & geese. A simple nutrient based spray which acts quickly as a growth stimulant to accelerate and repair crop growth to above 'munchable' height.

  • Can be applied safely in any area potentially at risk from damage, at or before the first indication of problems
  • Effective in all areas of Horticulture, Nurseries, Fruit and Vegetable growers,and Amenity or Leisure Areas
  • Can be applied at any time of the year
  • Grazers can be sprayed on even the smallest crop growth and will still achieve maximum effect

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Number of reviews: 18
Rabbits Beware By Anonymous 4 21st May 2012

I found Grazers effective last year. However, it takes a lot of effort in application and needs to be re-applied after rain. Since we have had a lot of rain lately - !!!! Basically, it is a bit of trial and error finding what works for your garden and "your" rabbits! Remember - they can't read the label!

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From Up North By Anonymous 4 19th July 2011

I live next to a Nature Reserave so rabbits are inevitable (as is the ocassional deer!) This year the rabbits have been particularly bad demolishing everything they could get their teeth into. I have netted as much as I could but one border is particularly vulnerable as it can't be netted. I've had to spray Grazers almost on a daily basis as we have had a lot of heavy rain. However, it does seem to work as the rabbits seem to jog right past and the plants are starting to regenerate. I find a "fine mist" sprayer works best and also if you get right down to bunny level to spray. I tend to spray as I fork around to be sure of reaching all parts of the plant. I have also found the rabbits are not too keen on newly turned earth.

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Garden saviour !! By Anonymous 5 3rd May 2011

Last year I planted a Rosa Glauca hedge, and was really looking forward to it's progress. In early Spring it was doing so well, with lots of new growth... then I looked out one day and all the foliage had been eaten by rabbits, ( also, very welcome in my garden ). I treated it with Grazers, with a second application after 3 days.As there were no leaves to absorb the product, I just sprayed the stems very carefully, and after 2 weeks, there is now healthy new growth appearing and I am delighted. I'm watching it closely, and will sray again at 1 month. It's fiddly mixing the solution, and it would be great if it came in a ready spray bottle, but it's a miracle product !!

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What The Press Say

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18th May 2010

As used by the head gardener at Tatton Park

"There was virtually no rabbit damage anywhere."

Garden News7th November 2007

Medwyn Williams, Champion Vegetable Grower, reviewed this product in the 'Specialist Veg' section of Garden News

"The solution is absorbed by the plant through the stem and leaves and this can take a few days, depending on the time of year. It makes the plant totally unpalatable to rabbits, pigeons, deer and geese. An added benefit is that it contains calcium which helps to promote new growth."

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