3 edition of Slugs and snails in world agriculture found in the catalog.
Slugs and snails in world agriculture
1989 by British Crop Protection Council .
Written in English
Proceedings of a symposium organized by the British Crop Protection Council with the support of the Malacological Society of London held at the University of Surrey, Guildford, U.K., 10th-12th April, 1989.
|Statement||[edited by Ian Henderson]|
|Series||BCPC Monograph -- no. 41., Monograph (British Crop Protection Council) -- no. 41.|
|Contributions||Henderson, Ian., British Crop Protection Council.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 422 p. :|
|Number of Pages||422|
|LC Control Number||89017032|
Tickets for the awards lunch are available from RNAS secretary Alison Argo by calling or by sending an email to secretary rnas. Some of my fondest memories are of searching the benches late at night with a cup of soapy water in one hand and a flashlight in the other. There are many alternative snail species that may be used with your science curricula. Instructions for using Coccinella are provided toward the end of this article.
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Slugs hiding under them during the day can be collected and destroyed drop in soapy water. Large Slug near Manali, India Most species of slugs are generalists, feeding on a broad spectrum of organic materials, including leaves from living plants, lichensmushroomsand even carrion.
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Mantle On top of the slug, behind the head, is the saddle-shaped mantleand under this are the genital opening and anus. In recent years, a new product has become available in the fight against slugs. We know this to be true because one of our clinic homoeopaths, Michelle, tried Helix tosta on her snail-infested rhubarb.
General Slug Bait Tips Always follow label directions. They can be difficult to manage if the conditions that favor them remain unchanged.
Google Scholar Mendis, V. Usually not agricultural pests, they may be having a detrimental effect on native species of slug. They can lay as many as to eggs in a single sessionand can lay up to 1, eggs per year. A, Jefferies, D. A potential harvest contaminant.
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