Death to slugs, but organically and naturally !
We’re told that slugs are girding their loins ( or whatever slugs do - don’t really like to ask ) to really get tucked in to juicy young plants next spring. All of the boffins at the lab where our Nematodes come from are absolutely convinced that applying Nemaslug over the Autumn will really hit these slimy little gastropods ( can’t you just tell how I feel about them ) just as they are laying their eggs.
Eggs which will hatch next spring into a very hungy new generation of slugs.
If you water in our Nematodes now, you will really disrupt their breeding pattern, particular as the effect lasts so long in the soil.