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I don't have snails in my garden -- just water snails we put in the pond to eat the algae. We do have slugs though. I hate the slimy pests and can't touch them, so I put down bait. Ugh! P. x
This pest is really bothering, so annoying. You are lucky, you don't have this kind of pest on your garden.
How I hate snails, Endah. I tried to sprinkle a little of hot pepper powder around the plants -it worked well.
Here, we spread wood ashes or ground salt around the plants to keep the plant save from the snail, but it doesn't do well during the rainy season.
We get slugs but not many snails.
How lucky you're!
Do you go round collecting the snails or just leave them be? If we find one we usually throw them away as far as we can.
Sometimes I go round collecting the snail and throw away as far as I can, a simple way... :)
I know they're annoying eating our vegetables, but I cant help liking snails. I think it's their eyes on stalks and houses on their backs, they're just too cute. (Although they do sometimes find themselves flying through the air away from our allotment!)
Hahaha... actually, we can find flying snails on so many part of the world... :)
I hate snails! I still remember how they invade my garden beginning this year! hundred of them ate all my vegetables! it's nightmare!
Yes, snails always be a nightmare. During this rainy season I collect snails around my garden about ten snails everyday.
Hi Endah, is there any place in the world where snails are not at home? Even here in dry Southern California, we have plenty of them! Warm regards, Christina
Thanks, Christina. Yes, snails always look for any humid and warm place. When I did digging last dry season, I found lots of snails under the topsoil, they multiplied and lay eggs there. Warm place for them.