My boys are greens lovers. Every year we plant some kind of green leafy vegetable: spinach, Swiss chard, etc. The boys especially love collard greens which grow well in our garden beginning in April.
The problem is that slugs seem to like our collards as much as we do. Thus the lacy look of the collard leaves in June.
It seems, however, that gooey, slimy slugs don’t care to slither over eggshells.
To that end Charlie has saved, washed, and crushed our eggshells to surround a new, smaller crop of collard greens.
Even though these new plants are tender morsels it seems the slugs are leaving them alone.
My frugal self likes things that have a secondary use.
Do you have any non-toxic reusable items?