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Slug Saloon

Item Number: PBR600


In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.


In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.


Slug and Earwig Trap A safe, efficient, non-toxic method of slug and bug control. The Slug Saloon is a durable lifetime trap for slugs and earwigs. Child and pet safe. Use 1 trap every 150-200 sq ft. Very little maintenance is required. Comes with a 3 month supply of concentrated non-toxic bait, which is made from food-derived products.


Insect Control Slugs & Snails
Insect Control Slugs & Snails

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Shipping Weight: 0.50 lbs. Dimensions: 7.25"L x 2.5"W x 6.25"H


Try Beer

When I saw the name of the product was "Saloon" I thought it would feature my favorite slug bait - beer! You could fill this trap with beer or just sink some tuna cans in the soil and fill them. The criiters come to drink and drown. I have completely rid my garden of slugs & snails using this simple and cheep solution.

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Not bad so far

Have tried so many commercial toxic, green and home made concoctions with minimal success. Planted a legume cover crop and the little bastards devoured half of it <br />So far these seem to be working pretty well in the two places I put them, actually attracting and killing slugs. Remember to check under the lid not just in the water, found a half dozen live ones there today waiting to fall in. Gonna try a couple more in my small backyard garden and see how bad infestation is next season

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