Anyone tried them deep fried, salt and vinigar reminded me.
Its not easy stamping on them with wellies, they slip through to the edge and out.
Better not get side tracked, Graham will tell me off again.
Please be good girl as we don't want you on the naughty step
You could take them to the local park
Don't stamp on them with worn smooth Crocs - like ice skating Drown them in salty water, or beer if you're feeling kind.
Ive killed the odd one with a fork and then thrown it over the hedge for the birds.....but urghhhhh, a whole bag of them
Please DONT use salt on them just do the size 9 thing.
Lyn I wont "Graham will tell me off again" but my mum will !
Dove, that has made me laugh!.
I can vouch for the fact that snails do have teeth, look what mine did in the night, that must be one bored snail.
I am probably older than your mum, M So bring it on dear.
According to what I have read !!?? By removing snails you prevent them from leaving tracks. Other snails notice this lack of tracks so go off immediately and breed some more. If you remove a snail to another place, it has to be over 60 mtrs away or they will find their way back! Best just to protect your plants then.
I have notice quite a lot of snail/slug 'caviar' this year. Small balls of translucent eggs that look exactly like white caviar (In France they are a delicacy-apparently. I will give it a miss.) I have found them in pots and in the ground. Never seen them before. Anyone else?