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Re: lack of slug damage

BSteg46464@aol.com wrote:
> lack of slug damage on 'Francee'.  It
> does not seem to be a Hosta with an unusual amount of substance - I wonder why
> the slugs don't like it?
> Bev Stegeman
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>BevYou are right.  There is more at work here, than just the amount of 
substance.  While I do believe, that substance plays an important role, I 
have for instance, in my test beds, many relitivly small and "thin 
leaved" Hostas, which the slugs barely touch.  These are frequently 
beside a seedling, that has been riddled with slug holes.  
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