Tag: slug nematodes

  1. Prevent Slugs From Destroying Your Crops

    Prevent Slugs From Destroying Your Crops The time has come again when the dreaded slime trails start appearing around the garden and you know it will not be long before the pesky slugs start chomping on the cabbages and hostas if you don’t act fast.    Slugs travel in groups and can lay up to 400 eggs a year, with each slug living for up to 2 years so for every slug, Read more...
  2. All About Nematodes - Your Questions Answered

    All About Nematodes - Your Questions Answered Gardening Naturally answer their most frequently asked questions about nematodes, including what they are, how they work and how to use them in your garden or allotment. What are Nematodes? Nematodes are an organic, natural way of controlling many types of pests, helping you to manage infestations without the use of harmful and unnatural Read more...
  3. What Are Slug Nematodes?

    What Are Slug Nematodes? What are Slug Nematodes? Slug nematodes are microscopic, transparent worms, which feed and multiply inside the slug, once the nematodes are inside the slug it stops feeding after a few days and then dies within a week. They are totally safe to children, pets and wildlife. The nematodes are already in the soil in the UK but just not enough to Read more...

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