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Slug damage on your prized garden plants can be one of the most soul destroying experiences for any gardener but with some planning and design, a garden that supports wildlife that eats slugs is a problem that can be resolved.
Creating a garden that supports such wildlife as hedgehogs, beetles and birds will go a long way to solving a garden slug problem before it even starts.
Simple ideas to support wildlife in your garden that feast on slugs include leaving a few upturned clay pots in your flower borders to support toads and hedgehogs, leaving some areas of long grass to support battles, slow worms and grass snakes.
Hedgehogs are the best natural control for slugs, normally a hedgehog will cover several gardens in one night so it is important to leave small gaps in your fencing or hedging to allow the hedgehogs to roam several gardens
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