How to use
Placed around each plant, it feeds the plant and prevents slugs and snails from eating the fruits and foliage.
- Remove weeds from around plants and check for presence of slugs under leaves, bark or stones before applying the barrier.
- Pour a circle barrier of 2cm width and 0.5cm - 1cm height, around each plant.
- Make sure the circle is closed to form a barrier.
Where to use
New plants: Apply barrier around each plant when planting vegetables, fruits or ornamental plants.
Existing plants: For perennials and bulbs/tubers, apply a circular barrier when the shoots appear. For existing plants, check for presence of slugs under leaves, bark or stones before applying the barrier.
Vegetables: salads especially green salads, herbs like basil, parsley or dill, all cabbage plants, spinach, celery, courgette, pepper.
Flowering annuals: marigolds, petunias, zinnia.
Perennials, bulbs and tubers: delphinium, aster, dahlia, lupins, hosta.
Fruit bearing crops: strawberries.
When to use
Use from March to October. Slugs and snails are most active during warm wet weather in spring and autumn. We recommend using when planting out young plants, protecting young shoots and summer fruits such as strawberries. A second application can be made after 5 weeks if needed.
Pour a circle barrier of 2cm width and 0.5cm - 1cm height, around each plant.
Wash hands after use.
We recommend using gloves when gardening.
Store in a cool, dry place out of the reach of children and pets.