'Very, very useful': Gardening expert on slug killer – 'they do work'

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Many gardeners are preferring natural methods of managing your garden’s slug population, as opposed to chemical methods like slug pellets.

Slug pellets contain poison for slugs, but they can also be toxic to other animals, including birds and even pets.

However, encouraging wildlife to your garden will mean more hands, or beaks or claws, on deck to help keep slug numbers low.

Birds, toads, and hedgehogs all eat slugs and making your garden a haven for them will mean they snack on the pesky gastropods.



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