There are a number of different pests that can ravage a garden if not prevented; snails and slugs just to mention a few. Since they are mostly nocturnal, you probably would not know you had them until you see the damage they cause to your garden.
The normal solution would be to take a trip down to your local garden shop and pick up a container of pesticide designed to prevent or kill them. However, if you prefer the more organic methods, then this article should be right up your alley.
This article was designed for those organic gardeners that don’t want to add anything harmful to soil or plants in the garden just to eliminate the pests or weeds. This very simple trick to keep this most annoying and destructive pest out of your garden could not be easier and at the same time add some beneficial nutrients into the soil of the garden.
Benefits of reading and following the Organic Gardening: Use Eggshells to Deter Slugs and Snails
● It promotes a truly organic solution to a pest problem in the garden
● The article explains that it only takes a single ingredient for this method
● The step by step instructions are spelled out and very easy to follow
Click here to read about how to use chicken egg shells to deter slugs and snails in garden:
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