Sluggo Slug and Snail Bait
Kill Slugs and Snails Without Harming Pets, Wildlife
Each 2.5 Lb. container will cover 2,500 square feet!
This slug bait is a unique blend of
an iron phosphate active ingredient, originating from soil, with slug and snail
bait additives. It is also used as an ingredient in fertilizers. The
bait which is not ingested by snails and slugs will degrade and become a part of
This product is effective against a wide variety of slugs and snails and will give protection to home lawns, gardens, greenhouses, outdoor ornamentals, vegetable gardens, fruits, berries, citrus, crop and seed plants. The bait can be scattered on the lawn or non the soil around any vegetable or seed crops, flowers or fruit trees to be protected.
The slugs and snails controlled by this product include (but are not limited to): Deroceras reticulatum (Field slug), Deroceras laeve (Smooth slug), Arion subfucus (Dusky slug), Arion circumscriptus (Gray garden slug), Arion hortensis (Black field slug), Arion rufus (Large red slug), Arion ater (Large black slug), Limax flavus (Spotted garden slug), Limax tenellus (Slender slug), Ariolimax columbianus (Banana slug), Helix spp., Helicella spp., and Cepaea spp.
How to Apply:
When to Apply:
Where to Apply:
Sluggo can be used to protect any vegetables form slug and snail damage. Scatter the bait around the perimeter of the vegetable plot at approximately 1 lb. per 1,000 square feet to form a protective barrier against the garden pests. If slugs or snail are inside the rows, scatter the bait on the soil around the plants and between the rows.
Fruits and Citrus
For seedlings, spread the bait around the base of the stem. Apply at 1 level tablespoon per square yard, in a 6 inch circular band around the base of the plants to be protected. For older trees, spread the bait around the base of the trees to intercept slugs and snails traveling to the trunk. Use 1 pound Sluggo per 1,000 square feet for orchards using standard fertilizer granular spreaders.
Use Sluggo Slug & Snail Bait at the rate of 1 pound per 1,000 square feet. If slugs or snails are already in the plots, spread bait between the furrows near the base of the plants. Do not spread over the entire area, but apply selectively.
At the seeding and later stages, apply the slug & snail bait between the rows and around the perimeter of the field. Scatter pellets at a rate of 44 pounds per acre.
Scatter bait in a six inch circular band around the base of the plants to be protected at 1 level tablespoon per square yard. If plants are next to a grassy area, spread the bait between the ornamentals and the grass. Slugs and snails traveling to the plants will encounter the bait before reaching the plant. In these situations, scatter the bait around the perimeter of the plot at approximately 1 pound per 1,000 square feet to intercept snails and slugs traveling the plot.
Where slugs or snails are a problem in greenhouses, scatter the bait in the plant pots of plants being damaged or around pots on greenhouse benches. Apply about ½ teaspoon per 9" pot.
Sluggo can be used to protect lawns and grass seed crops. When slugs or snails are detected, scatter the bait at a rate of approximately 1 pound per 1,000 square feet. Scatter by hand or with a granular spreader where the slugs or snails are observed.