22
Oct
2008
Ruminal decollata against snails
Biological Control

Snails are normal guests of vegetable gardens.

The introduction of ruminal decollata. It is also a species of snail that feeds on eggs and larvae of other snails. This species, unlike her colleagues not feeds on buds and leaves of plants only live on dead or diseased leaves, clearing garden.

Paprika, pepper powder thrown over garden greens. A small amount should be applied every two or three days (the said to wash lettuce before eating it).

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