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NemaKnights™ Nematodes Biological Slug Control

SKU: 54826

280g bottle



NemaKnightsTM gives you a natural, biological control of common garden slugs and snails. 100% Pesticide free. This extended, slow-release slug control is a safe alternative to chemicals, harmless to wildlife, pets, and humans, will not washaway.

Safe to use on edible crops.

Fast Acting - the pests will stop feeding in 24-48 hours.

Simply flip open the cap, shake the pearls into the infested region, and spray with water. No need to keep in a refrigerator with 6 months shelf live.

Treats up to 20sq m/215sq ft. Treat as needed or every 6-8 weeks when temperature reaches 8°C. Safe to use on edible crops. Unlike conventional slug killers is harmless to wildlife and will not washaway.

NemaKnightsTM is based on encapsulated Nematodes phasmarhabditis species.

How to use:

Simply open easy flip lid and shake the pearls around plants with slug and snail feeding damage. Spray with water. Use as a preventative when planting veggie garden or during transplanting in spring.

Treat as needed or every 6-8 weeks.

When to use:

Once soil is above 8°C, throughout the growing season. Use April to October, whenever pests are feeding. The best time is in the early morning or evening because the nematodes are sensitive to ultraviolet rays.

Nematodes are microscopic naturally occurring soil organisms in the worm family (insect parasitic) which seek out larval stage of soil insects & in the case of slugs infect all stages of the insect. Once a nematode infects a bug, the bacteria released can kill the host in 24-48 hours. Nematodes will survive in the soil as long as there are snails and slug to reproduce in.

Unlike chemical pellets, the nematodes continue to work well during wet weather - exactly when you need protection against slugs. Start your control early and you will be able to target the young slugs growing under the ground before they do any damage. Slugs are generally active when plants start growing and soil temperature is over 5°C.

Young slugs tend to stay underground, feeding on decaying organic matter, developing unseen, and waiting for young seedlings to be planted. They breed all year round with two overlapping generations, peak egg laying is March - April and September - October.

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