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Re: slugs

At 10:00 PM 01/04/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>Has anyone heard of using kitty litter as a slug deterent?  A friend thoght
>she read something about it somewhere, probably a Rodale
>book or magazine but can't remember how it was supposed to be used.  Anyone
>else ever seen it?


I would think its probably along the same lines as using Chick Grit. Many
Rock Gardeners say that it helps keep the slugs away. Check the price out
and try the cheaper one.

Happy Gardening

John Kee

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