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Nemaslug Nematodes Slug Killer

by Sarah - March 30th, 2010.
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Nemotodes kill slugsThis is a must have for gardeners who are fed up with the slugs winning all the time!
It’s a safe and easy way to ensure that you get the best from your garden and that the slugs are got rid of without you having to use nasty slug pellets.


To treat up to 40 m2 is £9.95
Treat up to 100 metres square you need the bigger pack which is £19.95

You can use this on your harden at home or your allotment plot. Work out which pack size you need. If you only have a tiny garden then offer the rest of the nemotodes mix to a neighbour (Offer to put it on too – that way you get rid of the neighbouring slugs too!)

The advantages of using a nemotode slug killer
* Easy to use – just mix with water and water on! Avoiding leaves – (wash them off) – use on damp soil (Shouldn’t be difficult for that!) Probably in the evening is best as they won’t dry up before they get underground. Don’t use too early in the year – read the instructions on the right time to use in your area.

* Extremely Effective. You get 300,000 nematodes for every square metre of soil, giving at least six weeks control of slugs.

* Harmless to children, pets, birds and wildlife.
Which is always good to hear!

* Perfectly safe to use on food crops. Probably essential too if you want a crop! The battle between gardener and slug just got easier!

* Apply once every 6 weeks

* Not washed away by rain (unlike water soluble pellets)