Mix equal parts water and vinegarin a pump spray bottle. Go out into your garden during the hours that snails and slugs are active, and spray any that you see. Vinegar is mildly acidic and will kill any snails or slugs it touches.
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How do you get rid of snails and slugs?
Besides keeping snails and slugs away, broken eggshells will also be beneficial to your plants. When they break down, they add nutrients to your soil. Another way to keep snails and slugs away from your garden is to spray your plants with a homemade snail repellent.
What plants repel slugs and snails?
Plant Rosemary or Thyme Bushes Rosemary and thyme are both in the mint family, so their aroma helps to deter snails, slugs, and other dangerous pests. Planting them near your garden beds makes this area an unappealing place for the snails to call home.
Why are there so many slugs in my garden?
Slugs and snails are very damaging garden pests that can be found throughout most of the world, most often in temperate, humid climates. Your garden is likely to have more slugs during a particularly rainy season. Slugs and snails are not insects; they are soft-bodied mollusks.
How do I find slugs and snails in my garden?
Look for slime both on plants and surrounding soil. It is easiest to see the trails of slime first thing in the morning. You can monitor slug and snail activity in your garden by digging holes that are four inches wide and six inches deep. Cover these holes with a board, and then check for slugs after three days.