EliLeonard wrote:Try putting up low lying boards around your garden on a tilt. They will go under the board during the day and you can scoop 'em up and get rid of them.
I have a board that I set up for this purpose, but there's never any slugs -- what there is, is a mole hole. I do believe somebody else "scoops 'em up" and "gets rid of them" BEFORE I can get to them!
Dine away, moles!
Pebbles wrote:I have noticed that where ever I have planted leeks and spring onions, I don't see any slugs or snails there.
Well, I would've thought they wouldn't eat garlic either, but there's always one or two on the garlic greens and they're slowly turning yellow. At first I thought they needed water or were nutrient deficient.