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Re: Judging Leaves.... much to be desired.

In a message dated 7/7/00 6:28:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kgroberg@fargocity.com writes:

<<  Can't you just see it: "slug-sucking
 dog" etc.? >>

Kris, someone convinced my Mom that cutting a slug in half only allowed it to 
grow into two slugs.  She has the four inch variety.  The closest thing that 
she has found to eliminating them is using them for fish bait, when I was a 
kid we always had people in our yard picking up slugs when it rained.  

She also tells me that the one part ammonia to five parts water sprayed on 
them works pretty well, better than salt she says.  N.
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