Slug and Snail Trap - Lima Trap
Lima Trap is a simple and effective dispenser for controlling slugs and snails. Indispensable for vegetable patches, gardens, nurseries, greenhouses, flower pots, etc.
The advantages of using Lima Trap are:
- Protection of the slug pellets from rain, increasing the useful life of the product
- Protection of the environment, as the product is not in direct contact with the ground
- Significant reduction of pesticide residue in crops treated with slug pellets
- Protection of domestic and wild animals from accidental poisoning
How to use the snail trap Lima Trap
Lima Trap is placed in the areas of the vegetable garden and garden where snails do the most damage. You can also place Lima Trap in flowerpots and greenhouses, wherever it is needed, and move it periodically to defend the whole area you are interested in.
The use of Lima Trap is very simple and greatly reduces the waste of snail pellets, guaranteeing the same effectiveness of pest control, a completely healthy vegetable garden and cost savings.
USE THE FOLLOWING RECIPES
How to use Lima Trap correctly
To use with: Gardens, vegetable gardens, flower pots, greenhouses, orchards, cultivated land in general
Use these quantities with: Snail pellet
How to: Fill the Lima Trap cup with an appropriate quantity of slug pellets (approx. 8g = 2 teaspoons). Then apply the protective cover and the dispenser is ready for use.
Multiple Lima Trap dispensers prepared in this manner can then be positioned in the areas to be protected (vegetables patches, gardens, nurseries, greenhouses, flower pots, etc.), at the points you consider most strategic or generally suitable
Remember to regularly rotate the position of your Lima Trap dispenser so as to cover the whole area to be treated, until has been fully cleared of pests; always check that slug pellets are still active when doing so.
Warning: Always remove the dead slugs and snails that are likely to accumulate around the Lima Trap dispenser, to avoid secondary poisoning of animals which are not the target of the pesticide