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Re: Toads: the potential answer for Jose's problems

Stacy Holtzman wrote:
> We have so many toads in our garden that we have to watch where we step.
> We have never had even one incidence of slug damage.
> Stacy

Hi Stacy,

I agree 100%!  We never used to have a lot of toads until about 6 years
ago when we built a garden pond.  Since then, we have had tons of toads
and no slugs at all.  The toads gather in the pond early spring and then
several times through out the summer to lay their eggs.  We have
litterally millions of tadpoles every year.  Of course, they don't all
make it, but by late summer there are tiny toads hopping all over!

soggy z4

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