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|Title||Strips of Copper Used to Keep Slugs out of Garden|
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Resource: Larry L. Strand, Prepared by the University of California Statewide IPM Program at Davis
Source: Publication 3351
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Agriculture:Crops:Fruit & Nut Crops
Notes: Strips of Copper
Strips of thin copper at least 2 inches wide, available at many garden stores, are an effective barrier for keeping slugs and snails out of new garden plantings.
Clark, Jack Kelly
|Description||Strips of Copper: Integrated Pest Management for Strawberries, Second Edition|