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Slug suggestions

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From the BBC


Some good idea for the Urban setting

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Not sure what the BBC is complaining about there are alot less slugs around here than this time last year probably due to all the cold spring weather.

Either way I am not taking any chances and will continue to trial anti slug measures until I get some ducks. Sadly most of the popular idea have a few flaws with them, like they dont work if its wet!

Has anyone one tried this pine nut spray out?

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What has always worked well for me is encouraging carnivorous behavior in leopard slugs. I find all the slugs in my garden, place them in a 5 gallon bucket. Seal it so they can't get out but still breathe. Those that live a week are obvously carnivorous and get released.
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