Rick Valley wrote:In coastal Ecuador where I've been volunteering, the African snails went from pestilential to rare in two years.
Joe Kern wrote: You can also make a "snail jail" that they canʻt get out of, and throw them in there along with plenty of weeds to feed them. Harvest when they get to size, and either eat them yourself, or crack them and feed to livestock. I always wanted to try that for fish food, but never have.
Tereza Okava wrote:They took a burlap sack and soaked it in a 50% water/50% beer solution, and left the wet sack on the ground for 2 or 3 days. Went back, picked it up, shook it off into a bag or bucket to dispose of the snails, resoaked, left it again. Did this in the entire orchard a few times and cut the snail problem way down.