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for the Spartans but they gave it a pretty good shot).Slug and snail control has been covered here a few times so you should have lots of available weaponry in the battle. Should you decide (as you should) that hostas are worth the trouble then it's easier
A gastropod that has a coiled shell, and feeds on plants. It wreaks similar damage to slugs, and can be controlled in the same way too.
I beleive your in the right adam ,i regulary dispose of snails from my garden i move them to the end of the entry at the back of my back garden i spend probaly 30 minutes every fornight checking my garden and removing the pest rather then killing
Yet again I have collected a load of snails in a bucket!! dozens and dozens of them Whats the quickest way to dispatch them? it got too dark and I had to finish tidying up so i have just left them in the bucket with a lid on them
one got attacked by the wealth of snails that live here. You have to spray once a month but it has proved to be far more successful than that 'garlic liquid' potion I tried as well - all plants well eaten so clearly my snails like a bit of garlic
we have got more slugs than year than any year before Make yourself a small pond, the frogs will eat them. Tried nematodes for the first time a couple of years ago and am now a convert! However, still have the problem of snails which need
Every year the RHS publishes a list of popular pests: popular in that they are the ones about whom the RHS entomologists have had the most enquiries. Top of the charts this year are slugs and snails (everybody's bête noir) followed by the harlequin
Hi i have just moved into a huge house with a huge garden & decided i would like to grow my own fruit & veg so we dug out my little allotment got planting and all was doing great but now everything is growing well the slugs and snails have decided
"My racing snail wasn't winning any races anymore, so I decided to remove his shell to make him more aerodynamic. It didn't work. If anything, it made him more sluggish." Hee Hee, love it. Thanks, needed cheering up! Just brilliant - and what
Could anyone tell me what sticks the two top growing leaves on plants together,it happened to my budleia a few weeks ago and today when watering I noticed it again on my large seedem,the one with the large heads of small flowers the butterflies like. I cut off effected parts. I'v...