Organic Snail Control: How To Control Garden Snails

The organic snail control is one of the most popular methods of controlling garden pests. However, it does not work very well if you have large numbers of garden snails. You need to use a smaller number to achieve satisfactory results.

If you want to avoid using pesticides or chemical sprays against your garden pests, then you must learn how to control them with natural means.

You can easily control garden pests with just a few simple steps. They are so easy that even beginners can do it. Here’s how to do it:

1) Choose the right type of snail for your situation.

There are several types of garden snails, but they all look similar. They are called ‘slugs’. All slugs have six legs and some of them may grow up to 1 inch long.

Some species of garden snails are edible while others are poisonous.

2) Remove the slug from its home where it was living before.

Most garden snails live in soil and they prefer moist soil. Soil with too much moisture will cause them to die out quickly. The best way to do this is to let the soil dry out, as this will get rid of most of them.

3) Another way is to fill up the area with broken glass or pieces of ceramic.

This way, they will cut themselves and die slowly.

4) If you’re not opposed to using slug poison, then any kind will do.

Most of these poisons work by dehydrating the slugs, so it doesn’t matter which one you use. Check the active ingredient and make sure it is something you are comfortable with. Some of these active ingredients are metaldehyde and methyl-bromide.

How to Get Rid of Slugs in the House

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If you have a serious slug problem in your house, then you need to get rid of them quickly. The main reason for this is that they leave a slime trail everywhere they go. This slime trail will cause very bad health problems for anyone in your house with allergies or asthma.

They will also damage household items.

There are several ways to get rid of slugs in the house. Some of them are very simple and don’t require a lot of work. Others will take up most of your day, as you have to repeat the process every day until all the slugs are gone.

The first thing you can do is use beer to kill and attract slugs. Take a small shallow container and add a little bit of beer in it.

Sources & references used in this article:

Integrated control of snails by ND Levine – American Zoologist, 1970 – academic.oup.com

Molluscicidal activity of different organic solvent latex extracts of some common Euphorbiales against freshwater harmful snails by SK Singh, RP Yadav, A Singh – 2004 – sid.ir

Slugs and snails by M Gratwick – Crop Pests in the UK, 1992 – Springer

Snails and Slugs by S Jones – The Bulletin of the American Orchid Society, 2002 – Citeseer

Snails and Slugs by CA Wilen, ML Flint – 2018 – ucanr.edu

Environmental control of schistosomiasis through community participation in a Moroccan oasis by E Boelee, H Laamrani – Tropical Medicine & International …, 2004 – Wiley Online Library

Controlling Slugs and Snails in Utah by CWP Gay

Bioactive compounds isolated from garden snails. by LA Sagers, KA Rood – 2011 – digitalcommons.usu.edu

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