Pouring salt on a slug will kill it in a few seconds, but it usually takes a little salt to do that. The salt cools the slug by osmosis – it draws water from inside the slug and dehydrates it ...

A spray bottle filled with clear white vinegar is a good remedy for non-vegetative slugs. The most effective mollusk product, vinegar is also a weed killer – so do not spritz the salvia. What kills slugs and snails naturally? Here ...

Weeds, piles of dead plants and even piles of compost provide an attractive nesting site for snails. Pulling weeds, especially those with tender foliage, from around the garden beds and removing all dead plant material from the garden promptly makes ...

There are certain plants that slugs hate such as the strong smell of mint, chives, garlic, geraniums, foxgloves and fennel. Plant them around the border of your garden to prevent them from entering. Can you put salt around plants to ...

Use Skinny Slugs and unhappy snails to crawl on rough surfaces. Coffee beans, eggs, wood ash, diatomaceous earth, and even pebbles can be used to stop them. Copper is another thing they avoid and can be used to build a ...