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The whole world seems to be teeming with life at the moment: the birdsong is delightful, the snails are on the march (in spite of my discovering at least three huge hibernation areas during the winter) and the plants are growing at phenomenal speed
Sometimes the best things are the subtle or quiet things. A little rustle of wind through a tree, the distant knock-knocking of a thrush beating seven bells out of a snail or, in this case, a modest wildflower lurking among the rough grass beside a
A chemical treatment used to kill slugs and snails.
s omething is eating the leaves not slugs or snails seems to be happening at night
A member of the Mollusca grouping, which includes Gastropoda - soft bodied, unsegmented animals, many of which live in hard shells, eg, slugs and snails.
My partner's mother has some verbena in some wall troughs. Last night they were fine but she found that they were stripped down to stalks this morning. Has anyone got any ideas as to what has done this? Probably slugs/ snails. There are very
Hi, bought a Laburnam tree in April and it was doing very until recently when something decided to eat all the leaves. Honestly they are stripped nearly bare!!! I have found a few snails on the trunk but can't see how they could stay on the leaves
my runner beans are being eaten.. the leaves are just being left like green lacey doileys..They are still rowing though...Whats eating them and can I do anything to stop it. Sounds like slugs or snails (one of them leaves the leaf skeleton behind, I
are fine. Thanks. The dreaded slugs and snails, I expect ! Always go for the main and obvious suspects which are slugs/snails-if not that then you have rabbits,or something else on legs Scatter a few slug pellets about Pigeons like rocket on my allotment
Planted this clematis September last year. It is coming up nicely with 6 flowerbuds already but something is eating the leaves. Suggestions ???? Slugs and snails love clematis when it's fresh in spring so protect it with organic slug pellets and go