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Nematodes update

By popular request – here is the latest on the nematodes experiment. It has been a success. The delphinium plant which had all the shoots eaten away by slugs has now recovered and is sending out new growth prodigously. It … Continue reading

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The latest in the nematode saga

The packet of nematodes has arrived. It has been double-locked in the fridge till Him Behind the Wheel is brave enough to let them loose on the garden. Apparently the technique is to mix them with water and water them … Continue reading

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I have been investigating the world of nematodes for the control of slugs. As far as I can ascertain, they are tiny organisms that attack slugs underground and “do them in.”  So far so good – but they have to … Continue reading

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