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Fwd: Slug Bait - Deadline vs. Bonide


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Another name for Deadline is Eliminate, by ferti.lome.  Same ingredients and 
percentages.  The consistency is pasty, and comes out of the container a med. 
gray.  This turns to black in a day or two and remains active for at least 
three weeks.

While Bonide liquid is the same ingredients wise, as Deadline or Eliminate, 
it's consistency is milky-water.  This product did not work well for me, and 
I had to reapply in only a few days.  

Patsy Stygall

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