Nemaslug - 40 sq.m - 18 Week Programme

We send you a fresh pack of Nemaslug® every 6 weeks to keep your garden slug free for a total of 18 weeks.

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Nemaslug - 40 sq.m - 18 Week Programme:

Our Nemaslug programmes are designed to make your life easier as we send you a fresh pack of Nemaslug® every 6 weeks to keep your garden slug free for a total of 18 weeks.

Tip: If you are going on holiday during your programme period just let us know by adding the holiday dates to your order notes when placing your order or by emailing us after you place your order and we will make sure that your shipments don't get sent whilst you are away.


 

When to apply Nemaslug outdoors:

The soil temperature should be 5ºC (40ºF) or over (this is also when plants start to grow). Nematodes are capable of surviving the odd frost; so don't worry if the temperature falls after you have applied Nemaslug. Metaldehyde based slug pellets are reported not to be effective below 7ºC.

Regularily applying Nemaslug every six weeks is the best way to keep slugs at bay throughout the growing season.


 

What if I want to use Nemaslug in my greenhouse?

If you want to apply nematodes to your greenhouse when the outdoor soil temperature is <5ºC (40ºF) please see our underglass/indoor usage category - all nematodes featured in this section are sent 365 days a year.


 

Which pack size do I need?

Nemaslug comes in two pack sizes to treat small or medium gardens up to 40 sq.m (50 sq.yds) and larger gardens or allotments up to 100 sq.m (125 sq.yds).

To calculate your area measure the width and length of the area to be treated and multiply them by each other e.g. 4m x 10m = 40 sq.m or 5m x 8m = 40 sq.m


 

Looking for more information?

Please see the main Nemaslug page or contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

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SL40D3
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The first year we've tried nematodes. Seems to be making an impact on our slug population!

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