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Garden snails are kissing cousins to the nefarious slug that also terrorizes gardens. The common garden snail will chew through the tender leaves of plants, which at best, looks unsightly, and at worst, will kill the plant. If these little buggers have had you asking yourself, “How to control ...

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Controlling Slugs and Snails. Here are some tips for controlling slugs and snails: Abrasive Barriers: Discourage snails and slugs by surrounding planting beds (or individual plants) with a scratchy, slug deterrent barrier. Popular barriers include gravel, crushed eggshells, coarse sand, cedar chips, wood ashes, lime (if your yard needs it), and diatomaceous earth.

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How to Kill Slugs. Learn about Slug Killer and Homemade Snail Killer. Snails and slugs have been the bane of gardeners for generations. And while over time, many methods have been developed to control these slimy pests, some methods work better than others.

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This can be used on the ground or tacked around container plants as well. Snails often get caught in the act, just like a burglar. The snails try to crawl through the netting but their shells get stuck. You can then extract them in the morning and re-locate them to a new home. Traps for Snail and Slug Control: Citrus skins:

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Rosy wolf snail or Euglandia rosea: Eats snails and tree snails. Plant-Eating Slugs. Ariolimax columbianus or Pacific Banana slug: The only of the three largest plant-eating slugs that are native to North America. While they can damage some woodland garden plants, banana slugs prefer moist, decaying matter and are generally not a pest in open ...

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Methods of controlling Slugs and Snails in the Garden. TGH. Welcome to The Garden Helper! The Garden Helper is a free gardening encyclopedia and guides to growing and caring for gardens, plants and flowers. Helping gardeners grow their dreams since 1997. No-dash-here, you've found The Real Garden Helper! Gardening on the Web since 1997.

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Controlling Snails and Slugs Q. Carol in Chesapeake, Virginia (who listens to us on WHRV ) writes: "I have been buying flowers and setting them outside in their original pots every spring, summer and fall for the past 25 years--including geraniums, verbena, pansies, and zinnias.

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Cultural Control. Check your plants at night to assess the size of your snail problem. Small numbers of snails are easy to pick off and drown in soapy water or throw outside.

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It is important to clean the tank, removing as many snails as possible, cleaning all plants and objects as well, to remove any snails. Fish-safe chemicals can be used against the snails, as well as snail traps and snail predators. For more ideas on ridding your tank of snails, see How to Get Rid of Snails in an Aquarium.

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Similar to snails, slugs are boneless creatures without a shell. Thriving in wet weather, a single slug is capable of producing up to 500 eggs. Slugs feed on garden plants at night, damaging ...