...and millions of millipedes!
only one snail and no millipedes yet, only big ants!!Pipbut I will remember to have a look for snails tonight.
Hello KelYes they are having a fine time in the agapanthus outside my front doorTake care Cathy
Apparently millipedes have no natural predator.Ducks love snails and are gentle with garden beds, not like chooks...could you invest in a pair..?? They lay wonderful eggs too, especially good for home made pasta.
But at least the ants are finallyout of the cat food in thekitchen!
Nematodes...I think they like to eat millipedes. We have too many ants in our kitchen. And with the chill in the air now that Summer is over in Tas, we have so many spiders... Errrgghh....
interesting. we have no ants and no millipedes, just snails. I think 'they' let loose with the nematodes a few years back in the adelaide hills when the millipede situation had just gone out of hand feral(full vacuum cleaner bag feral). looks liked it worked.
I used sodium bicarbonate for the ants and they left (just do little mountains of it in entry points and preferred circulation spaces)
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