Posted: 15/06/2012 at 07:36
I'd have thought being cut in two, or quickly despatched with a big boot would be less painful than being poisoned by pellets. Not sure whether there's any research on how long it takes a slug to die after ingesting pellets. Anybody know?
Happily I have frogs, newts, hedgehogs, birds and beetles that take care of any visiting slugs and snails......one very canny frog has taken up residence under a large hosta....happy frog, healthy hosta