What Eats Slugs? Attract Natural Predators of Slugs to Your Garden
Slugs

What Eats Slugs? Attract Natural Predators of Slugs to Your Garden

Slug invasions are common in gardens where there’s sufficient food. Slugs are omnivores. They eat fresh herbs, vegetables, meat, and even decaying meats and vegetables. You can eliminate slugs from gardens by attracting their natural predators. Hand-picking slugs isn’t a long-term solution so attracting animals that eat slugs is the best non-invasive method to eliminate…

Where Do Slugs Come From?
Slugs

Where Do Slugs Come From?

Gardens are often affected by slugs in a very short period. You might be having no slugs when you plant your vegetables and then face slug infestation after a few days of rain. Slugs are difficult to deal with. They tend to infest the entire garden and they’re also very good at hiding, which means…

17 Non-Toxic Slug Control Methods
Slugs / Outdoor Pests

17 Non-Toxic Slug Control Methods

NON-TOXIC SLUG CONTROL CAN BE A REAL CHALLENGE, …especially if you have pets or young children and you don’t want to use poisonous slug/snail pellets. Therefore to salvage your plants, you might want to use one (or more) of these 17 non-toxic slug control methods to immediately control or kill these slugs (or snails). Garden slugs and snails love tender-leaved plants — any plants:…