4 thoughts on “10 Methods To Combat Snails And Slugs || Ecologic || Toni’s Organic Vegetable Garden

    Robert Carey

    (November 6, 2016 - 10:22 am)

    I found a good method completely by accident a few weeks ago . I had an old plastic laundry basket about 2.5 ' tall with a diamond shape hole design in its sides , i no longer needed it and instead of throwing it i thought that it would make an ideal compost bin , having the holes all around the sides . As it happens i placed it in a part of my garden where i do have a lot of slugs and snails , i began to fill it with garden and household waste , after a few days when i came to dump some waste in it i discovered that the inside of the top was plastered with mostly snails , and a few slugs , the plastic top remains damp even in hot weather making it an ideal resting place for the snails during the daytime , they don't seem to notice that a lot of their friends and family are going missing each day !, and although i don't get them in the same numbers that i did initially i usually collect at least 6 each day , a good sign that i've reduced their population significantly . I should add that this laundry basket is made in WHITE plastic just in case the color bears some significance to it's attraction for slugs and snails !.


    (November 6, 2016 - 10:22 am)

    Does these tricks really work?

    Patricia Martín Pérez

    (November 6, 2016 - 10:22 am)

    Great idea¡¡

    Rober Huerting

    (November 6, 2016 - 10:22 am)

    Hey guy, your work is awesome :D, I think I'm gonna subscribe

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