On the Slime Trail

john-walker-growing-greener-on-the-slime-trail-grow-it-may-2013-page54With our recent wet summers, we need to adopt more of a ‘whole garden’ approach when it comes to curtailing the ravages of slugs and snails. In this 4-page article republished courtesy of Grow It! magazine (May 2013), I explain why I admire these amazing, tenacious creatures which are part of my garden’s dynamic and interconnected ecosystem – and how they teach me to be a more canny and thoughtful gardener.

You can read the original 4-page article in PDF form here, or click on the image (left).


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