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Arable: An increased slug risk for potato crops

Across the 31 Slugwatch UK monitoring sites the average soil population in May rose to 38 slugs per square metre. Bayer slug specialist Dr Richard Meredith says this indicates a healthy over- wintering of slug populations throughout arable areas.

Journal Title: Farmers guardian 2006-06-30, p.29
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description: Across the 31 Slugwatch UK monitoring sites the average soil population in May rose to 38 slugs per square metre. Bayer slug specialist Dr Richard Meredith says this indicates a healthy over- wintering of slug populations throughout arable areas.
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