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G3 Cabbage White, Caterpillar and Aphid Deterrent

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G3 Cabbage White, Caterpillar and Aphid Deterrent

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Most gardeners need a Cabbage White Butterfly, Caterpillar or Aphid Deterrent at some point. The Grazers G3 formula is a safe way to stop these hungry creatures without harming them or the environment.

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Grazers G3 is a great Cabbage White Butterfly, Caterpillar and Aphid Deterrent. It will stop these pesky creatures from eating your plants, without harming them. They just don’t like the taste.

How do I spot the signs of damage?

It’s easy to tell that your plants, particularly cabbages and other brassicas, have been attacked by these creatures as their leaves will be full of holes. If left unchecked, they will eat the whole plants.

Aphids also damage plants causing flowers and fruit to become distorted or deformed. Some species cause galls, or growths, to form on roots or leaves. They may transmit viruses between plants and often excrete a sticky substance on which sooty moulds can grow.

How can I stop this?

Grazers G3 Cabbage White, Caterpillar and Aphid Deterrent is simple to apply using a spray to ensure even coverage. It lasts for six weeks and is harmless to people, animals and the environment. It’s safe to eat salad crops, fruit and vegetables that have been sprayed with Grazers G3, but we recommend waiting a week before so doing as the solution can have a slight effect on the taste.

How does Grazers G3 work?

It makes the plants unpalatable to cabbage white butterflies, caterpillar and aphids. This means they’re less likely to attack the foliage. It also strengthens the plant and stimulates growth, so it helps the plant to look after itself.

Why is it better than chemical pest control products?

It’s a natural product that is harmless to people and wildlife.

Is there anything else I can do to tackle this problem?

Grazers G3 doesn’t kill the pests so it’s a good idea to improve biodiversity in the garden to encourage their natural predators.

Some birds eat the cabbage white butterfly larvae so it’s worth providing feeders and nest boxes. It’s also helpful to plant lots of flowers and blooming herbs around your cabbage patch to provide a strong supply of nectar for beneficial insects

We sell boxes for bats, bugs and birds, as well as wildflower seeds. Have a look here.

For more information about cabbage white butterflies and caterpillars try this useful BBC link or learn more about aphids from the RHS.

Can I buy any other natural pest control products?

Yes. We stock natural moth repellents and repellents that are effective against other insects that are harmful to health, as well as sprays to deter other garden pests.

13 reviews for G3 Cabbage White, Caterpillar and Aphid Deterrent



    Good product

  2. Suzyw

    Harmless to wild life too

    Great product. Last year lilies lost all their leaves from lily beatles. This year only one or two on plants easy to pick off and squash. Used aphid and slug and snail spray too.

  3. Helen L.

    Bio Friendly

    It seems to be OK. I was pretty late ‘coming to the party’ and I’m sure if I’d treated my crops earlier I wouldn’t have lost so many. Salvaged some and I think this stuff works! It’s this or nothing when you want to be bio-friendly. I’m ordering more.

  4. leonard doolan

    Value for money

    Arrived on time good packaging and suited my purposes

  5. Ana Silva

    I would recommend it

    It works as advertised

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