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Offline westinbrodey  
#1 Posted : 04 April 2018 00:33:40(UTC)
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Hi,

North America has had so much rain this year that many gardeners are experiencing a lot of damage from snails and slugs, more than likely more so from snails. But not all snails are harmful. I would bet that most of us know little or nothing about snails. A snail is a snail is a snail. Not so. There is a common species of snail called a decollate snail. They come in different colors and sizes although none are very large, but they all have one thing in common. They are shaped like an ice cream cone and they eat other snails. The most common harmful snail is the Brown Garden Snail. These are usually brown in color and are more or less round and/or flat. These are the guys who will shred your garden plants. So when you see an ice cream cone shaped snail don't squash him. I the US we have a very effective means of controlling slugs and snails. It is an organic and safe product called either Sluggo or Sluggo Plus. Sluggo Plus has spinosad in it which also makes it very effective against cut worms.

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:-
https://www.gardening-fo...e-good-and-the-bad.8283/

Thanks

Edited by moderator 07 April 2018 01:44:24(UTC)  | Reason: Inappropriate link removed

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