Kills slugs and nothing else. Slugs come in many shapes and sizes and are commonplace around the garden, particularly in damp conditions. Infestations are less serious in dry weather but tend to become a problem during prolonged rainy weather. An individual grey field slug has the potential to produce 90,000 grandchildren and has approximately 27,000 teeth! They live underground during the day, emerging at night to feed. One cubic metre of garden will on average contain up to 200 slugs.
Slugs eat leaves, stems and roots of plants, weakening them and often causing them to die. They leave slimy trails over plants and soil, and are particularly devastating to seedlings and cuttings. Slugs leave their own individual scent trails so they can find their way home.