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Roses Forum - GardenWeb
... -ups, last one posted on Tue, Jun 20, 06 at 15:15 what does herbicide damage look like? Posted by: elvie z9CA on Mon, Jun 19, 06 at 23:21 2 ... 14 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jun 19, 06 at 20:40 Rose slug damage question Posted by: twoblackdogs z5 SW MI on Sun, Jun 18, 06 at 8:23 ...
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POTATOES- the no-dig method - DIVERSITY
... bed full of humus for a different crop in the following year. There is no slug damage, and the crop, if a little smaller than from a conventionally-grown bed, is much ...
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blight proof potatoes - DIVERSITY WEBSITE - ; blight resistant potatoes- the Sarpo
... tubers could be 1lb each. There was a decrease in taste and an increase in slug damage with very late harvested tubers: again, not surprising. 4. One member reported that the tubers ...
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The Gardening Articles page Garden Blether section - Slugs
... slug problem? Haven't we all. Hostas, Geums, Oriental Poppies, Lupins, Nasturtiums, you name it, they eat it. Big black ones, little grey ones, they do the same damage, nibble, nibble, nibble, and the plant is destroyed. Better nip down to the Garden Centre to buy a chemical to kill them with, slug ... course, you'll have to tolerate a bit of slug damage now and again, that's inevitable. But if ...
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Stonecrop
... not susceptible to diseases and few pests pay any attention to them. I have seen slug damage on some showy stonecrops, although it seems half-hearted compared to what slugs can do ...
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Questions On Slugs
... Mandan, N.D.) A: Salt, hydrated lime, diatomaceous earth, eggshells, and "Slug-Getta." are some of the methods for controlling the slimy, ... Use diatomaceous earth around suspected hideouts and place slug traps around areas where slug damage is noted. Q I read in your column ... allow for expansion growth. I can not find any insect damage. Both trees had adequate leaf and growth last season. Any ...
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A Slug Blether
... Slug Blether Got a slug problem? Haven't we all. Hostas, Geums, Oriental Poppies, Lupins, Nasturtiums, you name it, they eat it. Big black ones, little grey ones, they do the same damage, nibble, nibble, nibble, and the plant is destroyed. Better nip down to the Garden Centre to buy a chemical to kill them with, slug ... 'll have to tolerate a bit of slug damage now and again, that's inevitable. ...
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Growing vegetables on Leeds allotments - Slugs and Snails (pests?)
... resistance. Blight free potatoes - but a lot of slug damage. Moral? - try different varieties, and stick to the ones ... , and planted out. Radishes and Turnips Slug traps might reduce the damage next year - I hope. Back to top For information on slugs and their control, try these sites. Find out the truth about "peaceful and gentle" gardeners - it's a myth! Slug ...
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Growing vegetables on Leeds allotments - Using Slug Pellets
... Control Slug Control Coffee Slug Links The secret history of slug ... Slug heaven - little blue pellets which ATTRACT slugs from miles around! I look around at my neighbours' plots, and those who use slug pellets have many more slugs, and sustain much more slug damage, than those who do not! It set me a-wondering - could slug ...
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List of Rose Problems and Diseases Listed by Damage
... slug (Photo by Brad Oliver, Salinas, CA). 17roseslug-bristly-dam-bo.jpg: Bristly rose slug damage (Photo by Brad Oliver, Salinas, CA). 17roseslug-bristly-dam.jpg: Characteristic damage ...
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