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These cool, wet days here in SW Lower Michigan are sure bringing out the
slugs. I don't have a problem with them now or in the past, but the
population is on the rise. Any good ways to control them? I've used the
beer and bread yeast method, but it is not to effective. Any other
ideas? I'm not looking for some super industrial sized method, just
something simple. Thanks.

Mike Groothuis
Niles, MI
zone 5b

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