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Hosta Forum - GardenWeb
... one posted on Thu, Sep 14, 06 at 0:48 time to find and kill slug eggs Posted by: ken_adrian z5 Adrian,MI on Wed, Sep 13, 06 at 16:04 5 ...
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time release fertilizer - Orchids Forum - GardenWeb
... them for that reason and plus here in the NW they look too much like slug eggs ;-P RE: time release fertilizer clip this post email this post what is this? see ...
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Gardening On The Move
... new neighbourhood. If you are moving from a slug-infested area to one that is slug- free, be very careful not to import your ... plant itself, the soil surrounding its roots may contain masses of slug eggs, guaranteeing their continued presence in your new home. If you have ... this is hard on the plant but will remove most of the slug eggs. Otherwise, it may be better to simply leave your plants behind, ...
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Slugs
... Slug eggs are very small (less than 3 mm or 1/8 inch in diameter). Eggs ... slug eggs. Slugs, even though considered to be a slow mover, can move unaided from one garden to the next in an urban situation. Eggs ...
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Lily Pests and Diseases
... plants, clean up any dead leaves that may over winter aphid eggs. Bark mulch is also a potential place for over wintering pest ... can be bought for release into gardens as well as Mantis eggs. Try insecticidal soaps before using commercial insecticides. Here are a ... into a shallow container and place it close to your lilies. Slug eggs can be controlled by cultivating the soils top few inches or ...
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Slugs and Their Management, HYG-2010-95
... eggs laid at one time by one slug may be up to 100, but average 20 to 30. Young adult slugs apparently lay fewer eggs than older ones. Though slug eggs may be found outdoors during any month of the year, most of the eggs ...
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Growing vegetables on Leeds allotments - Digging or no-Dig
... these invaders; I can remove all the deep-rooted weeds like dandelion and dock; pests - slug eggs! - get exposed to frost and die; I can incorporate any green manure I've planted ...
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Growing vegetables on Leeds allotments - Slugs and Snails (pests?)
... Control Basics Potatoes Brassica Lettuce Radishes and Turnips Pellets Coffee Slug Links In my first year, I was paranoid about the ... different varieties *Keep a good crop rotation* *Digging* exposes slug eggs to frost in winter, or to hungry nesting birds in ... blight resistance. Blight free potatoes - but a lot of slug damage. Moral? - try different varieties, and stick to the ones ...
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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, voracious ... they are, they will soon be dead! The female lays her eggs on a food source unless some pheromone or other type ... stones. Use diatomaceous earth around suspected hideouts and place slug traps around areas where slug damage is noted. Q I read in your ...
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Banana Slug
... slug that is ready to find a mate and lay eggs leaves a chemical in the slime to attract other slugs. Another slug smells the chemical and follows the trail to the slug who left it. Scientists have tried to reproduce slug ...
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