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Re: Sluggo

I remember when Sluggo was a character in "Nancy", a Comic Strip!!!

>   Last week there was some discussion about the control of snails and
>slugs.  This past weekend I was reading the latest issue of HortTechnology,
>a publication of the American Society for Horticultural Science.  In the
>"Resources Available" section the following product was listed:
>"Product:  Sluggo, an organic compound controls slugs and snails.  The
>active ingredient is phosphate, a plant nutrient.  Sluggo won't harm pets
>and wildlife and can be used on vegetables, ornamentals, groundcovers, and
>Contact:  Monteray Lawn and Garden Products; 559.499.2100; 559.499.1015;
>  I know nothing of this product.  I am presenting it for the information
>of those who may want to try something different.
>Good Luck,
>Paul M. Resslar
>Professor of Biology
>Virginia Wesleyan College
>1584 Wesleyan Drive
>Norfolk, Virginia 23502-5599

Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
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