I have wondered about Sluggo too. Almost purchased some Sluggo Plus so now I am so glad I did not. Too many areas show less bees and my yard does have a decent supply coming in. I appreciate this information.
I will stick with my daily walks... turning over boards and collecting them for the birds... any leftover in feeders get a dose of salt and trashed.
That which I Will to happen in truth, I will put action behind to achieve and the Lord will help me if I ask IN BELIEF!
I use regular sluggo to get rid of slugs and snails. It's pretty effective and totally nontoxic. I do not, however, use Sluggo Plus because I keep bees and the active ingredient, Spinosad, is highly toxic to bees.
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