Collection: How to Fight Slugs and Snails

Slugs and snails are common pests in gardens and vegetable gardens. However, they can be a threat to crop growth.
  • ✅ Organic control

    It uses organic products based on iron, iron phosphate or nematodes (small parasitic worms that attack slugs and snails) to control the population of these pests without harming the environment.

  • ✅ Physical barriers

    Create barriers to prevent slugs and snails from accessing crops. Use coarse sand around plants as they don't like crawling on these uneven, dry surfaces.

  • Repellent plants

    Some plants have natural repellent properties against slugs and snails. Plant species such as basil, rosemary, lavender, sage or marigold near vulnerable plants to help ward off pests.

  • ✅ Proper watering

    Avoid watering plants at night, as this creates a humid environment that is conducive to slugs and snails. We recommend watering in the morning, allowing the soil to dry during the day.

  • ✅ Keep the garden clean

    Remove plant remains and debris that could provide shelter for slugs and snails.

  • ✅ Crop rotation

    Alternate crops in the garden to prevent slugs and snails from adapting and multiplying in a single location.

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