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Get a head start on lawn weeds

Lawn weeds can often take us by surprise. They start off small and inconspicuous, often hiding in amongst grass blades. As lawn growth starts to slow in late autumn and winter, weed growth can take off and they seem to appear from nowhere.

Broadleaf lawn weeds like clover, thistles and dandelions can take advantage of the lawn’s slower growth and if not controlled can compete with the lawn and ruin the manicured look we all love. Pets and children will also appreciate the absence of prickly thistles!

You can control the most common broadleaf weeds in lawns, before they take over, in only a few minutes by using easy to use hose-on packs.

Both Yates Weed’n’Feed and Yates Buffalo PRO Weed’n’Feed are also boosted with the key lawn nutrients nitrogen and iron, which both promote a deep, rich green lawn.


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