DIY Nematode Slug Killer
After recent rain the home front of the war on slugs will be getting busy. Word on the street is that you can make your own nematode slug killer by catching slugs and letting nature take its course in a bucket for a few weeks. This is a bit like the way you can seed nitrogen fixing bacteria into a culture to boost mycelium in your soil.
Whilst not a practice for the squeamish - yes the slugs will die in the bucket as part of this process - it is robably no more horrible than any other method of disposal, is what goes on in soil anyway, and invoves no cost or chemicals.
Get the know-how from Toby Buckland's article in the Telegraph: