Bio Slug Pellets Reviews
Product Type: Bio garden chemicals
Description:Brand: Bio / Type: Pest Control
Newest Review: ... but I wouldn't use another brand as I know they work brilliantly. +++Directions for use+++ The bottle comes with guidelines ... more
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Customer Bio Slug Pellets Reviews (9)
by - written on 13/12/08, updated on 13/12/08 (Very useful, 343 readings)
I used to consider myself as a really kind-hearted and forgiving person till I met some souls who changed my outlook on life entirely. They came in all their three shapes and some even came bearing their homes on their back and threatened to take over my garden ( one of my most loved possessions) from me. The Rivals: _________ There were absolutely hundreds of them everyday.. much more than I could throw out . This is not unusual as slugs and snails love moist humid whether , with occasional rain-helps them slide towards food and breed better.. They usually breed just when the soil temperature is above freezing and the soil starts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/13 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I have a terrible problem in my gardens with slugs and snails. I live near some boggy fields and this seems to attract bees, wasps, slugs, snails and ants. You name it, you can probably find it in my garden. Ant spray sorts the ants and now slug pellets sorts the slugs and snails. My garden is now a snail shell graveyard. +++Cost+++ I pay around £5 for a bottle of these pallets and this covers both my front and back garden a few times. They aren't the cheapest available but I wouldn't use another brand as I know they work brilliantly. +++Directions for use+++ The bottle comes with guidelines but I have found them most effective when put ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/10 (Very useful, 239 readings)
Slugs are a nuisance and can destroy your lovely bedding plants very quickly. Last month after I had planted my bedding plants in the tubs and borders and done my hanging baskets I was suddenly over run with them. There was easily 100's of them in all my plants, and borders and openly slithering around my patio. The damage to my plants was extensive and I lost quite a few of them. The big problem is how to get rid of them, as we have got a dog a chemical pesticide was not an option at this point, I was scared in case he would eat anything I put down and end up dead along with the slugs. Also we have a bird feeder in the garden and I was scared these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Well it's that time of the year again, where all the new summer plants are starting to push through in the garden, but due to it still being quite damp at times the slugs are having a field day, eating all the newest and sweetest shoots! After being given a garden project from school, to grow, cultivate and record the progress of his own sunflower pant, my son was distraught to find that yes it had started growing, but something had taken bites out of the bottom leaves, so distraught that I have had to go and buy some treatments to stop such pests eating the entire garden, go helps us if they start eating Connor's potato's! The product I will now ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/09 (Very useful, 156 readings)
Slugs and snails are the bane of the keen gardener's life. I'm not a mad keen gardener, but since handing my back garden over to my chickens (tip: if you want to get rid of slugs, get chickens; unfortunately the chickens will eat your plants quicker than the slugs!), I wanted to at least have a nice front garden. I invested a small fortune in bedding plants, and have enjoyed watching them develop over the last month or so. I have, however, taken steps to reduce the risk of providing a flowery salad bar for the local molluscs! The past two years wet weather has meant that slugs and snails have had it easy in Britain and have flourished at the expense of garden ... Read the complete review
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