Slug traps are not the only defense to be put in place when growing your vegetable garden: in fact, different types of pests can spoil our work with different seasonality. In both cases, acting in time without waiting to find the first damage to our vegetables can be of great help: prevention allows to avoid the use of pesticides, or to reduce it drastically.
In the case of slugs and snails, we can use natural methods, but also using with intelligence and safety slug poison, perhaps biological, essential to face a snail invasion in rainy days, succeeding in not contaminating the cultivated land.
Slug traps we are talking about, in fact, are selective, recyclable and especially long lasting because they can be reused countless times and regardless of the weather: the rain does not ruin them (which is important since after raining, the persistent humidity makes many snails emerge).
In the case of flying insects, however, it is essential to be timely in defending your garden: placing insect traps at the beginning of the season allows you to immediately capture the first pests in circulation, including the founding queens of new generations, and in this way lower the rate of reproduction of the species.
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🔅VASO TRAP: the ecological trap for flying insects, it can also be used as a snail trap when filled with beer
🔅LIMA TRAP: the year-round selective and effective snail trap
🔅SFERA TRAP: the luminous glue trap for flying insects (for day and night mass trapping)
If you already know the type of insect that damages your garden, scroll down the page and click on the pest's name: follow our advice on the most suitable fly traps, slug traps, and the baits to prepare.