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Re: Treating slugs with ammonia

You can spray the slugs using a 15% solution of household ammonia.
Last year I used Windex window cleaner that has ammonia in it. It did not
have any
effect on the hosta leaves,
Hope this solves your problem

Hosta John
-----Original Message-----
From: bboyd <bboyd@tir.com>
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Wednesday, May 06, 1998 5:39 PM
Subject: Treating slugs with ammonia

>Has anyone had experience with treating slugs on or close to hostas with
>ammonia?  Would appreciate knowing technique and composition of mixture to
>use.Thanks in advance. bboyd@tir.com
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