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Amdro Snail Block pellets can be scattered on the lawn or applied in the soil around plants. For best results, they should be applied evenly, not placed in piles. Slugs and snails will be attracted to the bait instead of your plants. After eating the bait, they will become less mobile and will die within a few days. Amdro Snail Block Pellets are safe to use around pets and will not harm other wildlife. The 4 pound package will treat up to 16,000 square feet. No restrictions on use around or near fruit or vegetable plants or other edibles.
|Active Ingredient:||Sodium Ferric EDTA - 5%|
|Target pests:||Snails and Slugs|
|For use in:||Gardens and Flowerbeds|
|Application:||1. At a rate of 0.11 to 0.44 lbs/1,000 square feet or 0.5 teaspoons/square yard, scatter the slug and snail bait granules on the soil around or near the plants to be protected. Do not place in piles. Apply more heavily if the infestation is severe, if the area is heavily watered, or after long periods of heavy rain.
2. Reapply as the bait is consumed or every two weeks.
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Shipping Weight:||4.21 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Amdro (Mfg. Number: 100508232)|
- At a rate of 0.11–0.44 lbs/1,000 square feet or 0.5 teaspoons/square yard, scatter the slug and snail bait granules on the soil around or near the plants to be protected. Do not place in piles. Apply more heavily if the infestation is severe, if the area is heavily watered, or after long periods of heavy rain.
- Reapply as the bait is consumed or every two weeks.
SLUG & SNAIL FACTS:
- Slugs and snails favor damp places around vegetable plants such as beans, tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage, celery, and squash
- They also prefer flower gardens, ivy patches, and other ground cover where they obtain shelter by day
AMDRO SNAIL BLOCK SLUG & SNAIL KILLER (PELLETS) TIPS:
- Make sure to apply evenly around plant, not in piles or on plant
- Bait can be scattered on lawn or around the soil of a plant
- Snails may remain in the area after ingestion, but will avoid plants and eventually die
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Snails be gone!
By Kim in Anaheim, CA on 01/31/2017
It doesn't rain much in California but this year it has rained more than normal. How snails got into my backyard which is 90% cement is beyond me. But I had them everywhere crawling up the side of the house, on the cement patio, inside all my planters, ugh. I had gone to Home Depot several times and bought products, and then I tried salt from the kitchen but later found out salt will kill my plants. I needed something that worked and worked fast. My future son-in-law recommended this product to me and I was skeptical. But he was right, it worked great and I am now snail free! I've kept their website as a favorite on my computer.