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In the last three nights I have lost a well-grown broad bean plant. The stem has been munched through about 6cm from the top of the plant and left lying neatly on the ground. I have no idea what could be doing this - I thought slugs but why choose an almost full grown plant? Rabbits would decimate the lot and deer can't get in.
Do any of you have an idea? I will try fleecing them tonight!
Thank you for that idea! I did not know that copper scourers existed. I put a ring of copper coins around the row last night and am just off now to check if they were effective!