Insecticides and traps to remove snails from your garden

Snails in the garden: how to make up for it

Snails are useful animals for the ecosystem, however they can cause serious damage to vegetable gardens and gardens, devastating the plants with their voracity. When they appear, these snails become a real nightmare for horticulture and gardening enthusiasts: in fact, they are potentially harmful to plants and their health, especially during the spring period.

It is in this season that snails are most hungry and are particularly attracted by the freshest and tenderest shoots.

These stubborn snails are capable of completely destroying all the plants in a flowerbed or an entire harvest in the course of a single night, so it is necessary to act as quickly as possible.

Timing is even more important if you have just planted delicate ornamental plants, various seedlings or soft leafy vegetables. Very often, chemical methods are used to remove snails from your garden or vegetable garden, but these products could contaminate the crops and kill the shellfish. Therefore it is advisable to develop green and eco-sustainable solutions or real traps to discourage these garden destroyers.

Among the products of the Sgaravatti line for the protection of plants there is also “No thanks Snails”, designed to perform a dehydrating action and create conditions that are not favourable to snails and slugs. Its task is to act as a temporary snail removal mechanism, without presenting itself as a plant and house protection activity. The product is sold in 1 kg cans and is granular in consistency, ready to use: it does not contain harmful chemicals, respects the environment and is not hazardous to the health of humans, birds and animals in general, which are not the final target of the fight against external enemies. No thanks Snails is suitable both for open soil gardens and potted plants.

Another solution to the fight against the enemies of the garden is to use the “Snails and Limaceae Beer Trap”, from the “Household Protection Products” line designed to make the most of the attractive power of beer against snails and capture them effectively.

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