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Re: heeellllllooooooooo


Slug eggs look almost exactly like Osmocote fertilizer, same size and color, but slug eggs will pop open if you squeeze them.  There's something very satisfying about finding a bunch of them in the soil and popping them all :-)

Andi R.
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On Sun, 15 October 2000, SMRDH@aol.com wrote:

> 
> So, tell me what do slug eggs look like?
> 
> Thanks, Sue


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