Organic slug and snail killer

800g bottle £7.49
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Buy Organic slug and snail killer: This organic slug and snail killer from Neudorff has been designed to effectively eliminate slugs and snails on all types of vegetables, fruit and ornamental plants. It contains a natural iron compound which is extremely resistant to rain and is safe to use around pets and children when used as directed. As it is certified for organic use it means your vegetables and fruits are safe from chemicals whilst protected from pests. Please store the packet safely.<br><br><p>Measurements: <ul><li> 800g bottle </li><li> Scatter 5g per square metre </li></ul></p>

This organic slug and snail killer from Neudorff has been designed to effectively eliminate slugs and snails on all types of vegetables, fruit and ornamental plants. It contains a natural iron compound which is extremely resistant to rain and is safe to use around pets and children when used as directed. As it is certified for organic use it means your vegetables and fruits are safe from chemicals whilst protected from pests. Please store the packet safely.

Measurements:

  • 800g bottle
  • Scatter 5g per square metre

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  • Next / named day
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organic slug and snail killer

5

Effective . Live in country and snails and slugs are the bane of my life

pamit

Essex

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Perfect!

5

Very easy to use and is extremely effective.

Mae T

Chelmsford

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Is this safe for earthworms ?

Carolee

Hello, thanks very much for your question. We have contacted the manufacturer and they have provided the following response: It's fine for earthworms - various studies have been conducted and some have suggested that iron phosphate based pellets may be harmful - the reason being that those pellets have a manufactured chemical called 'EDTA' as part of their ingredients. I can confirm that our pellets do not contain EDTA and so the ingredients are natural, organic and will not negatively affect earthworms.

Crocus Product Team

Is this product toxic for earth worms ?

Carolee

Hello, thanks very much for your question. We have contacted the manufacturer and they have provided the following response: It's fine for earthworms - various studies have been conducted and some have suggested that iron phosphate based pellets may be harmful - the reason being that those pellets have a manufactured chemical called 'EDTA' as part of their ingredients. I can confirm that our pellets do not contain EDTA and so the ingredients are natural, organic and will not negatively affect earthworms.

Crocus Product Team

Is this product ok for frogs (wild, not pet frogs) or will it kill or harm frogs should they eat any snails or slugs that have come into contact with the pellets?

Pusteblume

Hello, this product is ok for frogs as they will not be harmed by the small amount of iron in the Sluggo. Hope this helps.

Hannah

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