50 Ways to Kill a Slug (Gardening)
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Are you being bullied by a mollusc that slimes all over your garden and munches through your favourite delphinium? Are you worried about using slug pellets for fear of endangering local wildlife? Take a stand against slugs with 50 alternative, organic, natural, chemical and humane solutions to slug problems. Trick, flick and frighten slugs out of your garden, leaving you with pest-free plants. Stop slugs in their tracks and make slimy trails a thing of the past. Are you being bullied by a mollusc that slimes all over your garden and munches through your favourite delphinium? Are you worried about using slug pellets for fear of endangering local wildlife? Take a stand against slugs with 50 alternative, organic, natural, chemical and humane solutions to slug problems. Trick, flick and frighten slugs out of your garden, leaving you with pest-free plants. Stop slugs in their tracks and make slimy trails a thing of the past.

Product details

  • Paperback: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Hamlyn; 2nd Impression edition (15 Oct. 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0600608581
  • ISBN-13: 978-0600608585
  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 0.6 x 15.2 cm

Review

The most oft-asked question to gardening columns is what to do about slugs. This humorous little book offers fifty ways of dispatching these slimy devils of the night. No longer weep over munched delphiniums, no longer curse upon discovering a row of chomped seedlings or scream in anguish over the slimed hosta. From the totally impractical to tried and tested methods of slugicide, this book will have every gardener crying tears of laughter, the cartoons accompanying each tip perfectly depicting the cunning of the soon-to-be-dead. From Dutch slug-eating triffids to kitchen blenders, salt and nematodes, eau-de-yucca to weed burners.. Just show the book to your local slug colony and you won't see them for slime! A great present for all gardeners and worth its weight in gold to every slug sufferer. - Lucy Watson

About the Author

Sarah Ford has been the Gardening Editor for Hamlyn for the last five years. Her previous book 50 Ways to Kill a Slug has sold over 250,000 copies and is regularly featured in magazines and on radio and television. Location: London, UK --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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