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Bayer Garden Slug & Snail Killer - 1kg- £1.99@ Brooklyn trading
Bayer Garden Slug & Snail Killer - 1kg- £1.99@ Brooklyn trading

Bayer Garden Slug & Snail Killer - 1kg- £1.99@ Brooklyn trading

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•Fast acting shower proof slug & snail killer
•Contains 3% w/w metaldehyde as a pelleted bait formulation
•For use on bare soil and around edible & non-edible plants, both protected & outdoor
•Protects flowers, fruit & vegetables from serious damage
•Size: 1kg



Plus £2.99 postage
- mosskeeto

8 Comments

Is delivery free?

RRP at £9.99 is vastly exaggerated - was £3.98 in B&Q yesterday.

IamMT

Is delivery free?


It weighs a kilo so it's plus £2.99

3.50 at tesco

Sure I read somewhere that slugs and snails are good for the garden? Worms are good but are murdering my lawn... Maybe I need a slug Vs worm battle

deeplink

Sure I read somewhere that slugs and snails are good for the garden? … Sure I read somewhere that slugs and snails are good for the garden? Worms are good but are murdering my lawn... Maybe I need a slug Vs worm battle



Worm are good for the soil but would like to see about the slugs/snails theory as they are killing all of my veg. My neighbours has 5 cats who regularly visit. So I'm worried they may lick the pellet by accident, hence I don't use any pesticide.

Anyone know of any pet friendly pesticides..?

"Growing success" slug pellets, bad for slugs, pets apparently don't eat them.. Google them.. They are good apparently judging by reviews.

Super Noob

Worm are good for the soil but would like to see about the slugs/snails … Worm are good for the soil but would like to see about the slugs/snails theory as they are killing all of my veg. My neighbours has 5 cats who regularly visit. So I'm worried they may lick the pellet by accident, hence I don't use any pesticide.Anyone know of any pet friendly pesticides..?

try a product called "nemoslug" supposed to be wildlife friendly except for the slugs. I personally do not like using pesticides because of its effect on other beneficial animals that visit the garden.
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