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Re: Slugs

Jan - 
	Try going out in the early morning or after a rain and spraying the slugs
you see directly with white vinegar....I use it full strength, but others
report success with 50% vinegar and 50% water. This kills only the slugs on
which vinegar is sprayed, but it does not harm the hostas and it does not
harm the birds.

Carolyn Q. Bryson, Indianapolis
At 09:20 AM 06/06/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>I have a garden open house the first part of July.  The slugs are eating my
>hostas.  What can I use?
>I have heard that Eliminates by Fertilome is good.  Where can I get it in
>Indianapolis or Bloomington, IN?
>Jan - Zone 5
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