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: Organo-mineral fertilizer, minerals and will slow release compacted granules as.
The genistein in Lyc-O-Fem is a phytoestrogen derived from Sophora japonica, the Japanese pagoda tree, and is standardized to 98% purity and specially formulated for slow release.
A CAMPAIGN for Rowse honey has been banned for making a "misleading" claim that it is a natural source of slow release energy.
Exclusive approval has been granted to Cargill in Europe to place isomaltulose--a unique slow release sugar that can help reduce both the glycaemic and insulinemic response of foods--on the market.
US 6,635,238 B2: Researchers from the University of Maryland patented a method to treat bacterial dental caries and bacterial periodontal diseases, by delivering a composition to the mouth that comprises an effective amount of at least one lytic enzyme genetically coded for a specific bacteriophage and a carrier to deliver the enzyme to the mouth, gums and teeth (such as mouthwash, mouth rinse, topical gel, topical ointment, toothpaste, tooth powder, slow release implant, slow release coating or chewing gum).
EPA, AgION works through the slow release of silver, a broad-spectrum microbicide.
Boots Slow Release Fly Killer, Boots Small Space Moth Killer, Bouchard Slow Release Fly Killer, Combat Fly Killer, Combat Moth Killer, Cromessol Fly-Away,
Other makes included are Boots Slow Release Fly Killer, and Moth Killer, and Superdrug Small Space Fly/Moth Strip, and Slow Release Fly Killer.