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I live in an oceanic climate so there's plenty of rain. In our garden we have lots of slugs and snails. When I first searched about this topic, I was amazed how many ways people invented to keep the slugs off their yard. Well, I tried most of the things suggested from beer traps to placing brumble cuttings around the plants to repellent substances from ...


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You can sprinkle used coffee grounds around your strawberry plants. This can help deter slugs and snails from coming around your plants. The coffee will breakdown over time and also feed your plants which is a win/win. I've also had good results with diatomaceous earth which is another organic way to eliminate slugs. You can do both together and see what ...


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I used diatomaceous earth against insects, but it never had real effect. So I don't use it anymore. I don't know if it should work on slugs too, since the mode of action of this powder is to scrub tiny holes in the insect armor (slugs don't have such armor though). For slugs I found grains containing iron (III) phosphate effective. The slugs eat them, and ...


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