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By pandaking666
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i woke up this morning to see that something ate someholes in my s.pupurea . what can i do to help prevent this again. Any help is appreciated..
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By ChefDean
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Looks like slugs. Put some snail bait around and it'll get rid of them.
Also, your purp looks to be planted too deep, the rhizome should be exposed a bit otherwise you could run into rhizome rot.
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By Panman
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A shallow saucer of beer will also trap slugs. Use cheap domestic stuff, they aren't picky.
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By pandaking666
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ChefDean wrote: Sat Jul 10, 2021 6:31 pm Looks like slugs. Put some snail bait around and it'll get rid of them.
Also, your purp looks to be planted too deep, the rhizome should be exposed a bit otherwise you could run into rhizome rot.
Do you know any bait that is safe for the plants? im trying to dig out the growth rhizome as i dont want completely unearth the plant .

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