- The Slug and I. DesCamp, Meg // Horticulture;Apr99, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p14
Provides information on garden slugs. Slugs as a garden pest; Slug-removal methods.
- PESTS, DISEASES AND DISORDERS: Slugs and snails. Barter, Guy; Bostock, Helen; Dickerson, Tony; Halsall, Lucy; Halstead, Andrew; Prior, Chris // Garden;May2002, Vol. 127 Issue 5, p397
Looks at slugs and snails in the garden. Hosts; Symptoms; Biology; Control.
- Gray Garden Slug. // Horticulture;Apr2004, Vol. 101 Issue 2, p20
Presents information on the gray garden slug, Decoceras reticulatum, the most damaging slug species in the U.S. Biology; Symptoms of slug infestation; Pest control.
- Plain talk. Proulx, Earl // Yankee;May96, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p8
Presents a question and answer on various topics. How to rid garden of snails and slugs; Reason for using glass eggs; How to make a pottery urn usable; Information on a farm-use-pump; Guide for using the stiletto or hole punch.
- Slugs and snails. // Horticulture Week;11/7/2008, p22
The article offers information on the implication of slugs and snails to farmers in Great Britain. These pests are detrimental to farmers because it has minute teeth that can rasp away the plants tissue. The slime trails leave secretion of lubricating mucus that enables slugs and snails to glide...
- Slugs in the garden. // Garden;Apr2007, Vol. 132 Issue 4, p269
The article presents information on three species of slugs what are garden pests. The article suggests that seedlings and new growth on herbaceous plants in spring are most at risk from damage by slugs. Photographs of the slugs are included, as well as information regarding where the slugs live...
- MOST WANTED LIST. // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416);Oct2004, Vol. 28 Issue 178, p24
Presents information on the garden pest slug. Features; Damages cause on plants; Tips on how to protect gardens from slugs.
- Top 10 pests and diseases. // Plantsman: New Series;Jun2014, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p75
The article discusses the top 10 garden pests and diseases in Great Britain for 2013 according to Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Advisory Service, including slugs, vine weevil, and capsid bugs.
- Targeting slugs and snails. // Garden;May2011, Vol. 136 Issue 5, p349
The article discusses ways of controlling slugs and snails in gardens. According to the author, slugs and snails prefer cool, damp conditions but snails thrive best in chalky soils rich in lime. He claims that both can cause damage to plants by eating leaves, with low-growing plants often the...