I have a SEVERE infestation of woodlice in my walled Brighton garden. It probably originated from the railroad ties used to border the raised beds perhaps a decade ago, but it is out of control. They are under every pot, in the soil, it is driving me crazy. In addition to the planted areas, I have about 20 plants in pots and they get in and eat the roots. I am not one for pesticides but I need to get these under control I do not want to use some of the "organic" ways to kill them, which seem very cruel as they take a long time to die by dehydration. I feel the quickest way is the most humane, even if it involves a periodic lethal spray in certain areas.
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