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Re: strange gardening year (slugs)

In a message dated 9/29/03 3:29:56 AM Eastern Daylight Time, mtalt@hort.net 

> .  Of
> course, the slugs have been enjoying the damp as well; hard to tell
> where some of the holes in leaves have come from - hail or slugs.  I
> used up 2 containers of Sluggo - it worked, but it's expensive and I
> have to trudge out to VA to get it, so by the time the last one was
> gone, I just gave up.  Cut those blighters in half every chance I
> get...nasty of me, but great satisfaction.

I so understand your feelings re slugs. I also ran out of Sluggo and put out 
tuna cans with beer. I was amazed at the numbers of drowned slugs, 
Godi zone 7
Mt. Vernon VA

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