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Autumn is the time to tackle snails

AUTUMN is the ideal time to tackle round and conical snails, which can cause significant economic losses to Australian growers.

Staff writer
 Autumn is a good time to tackle snails which can damage crops. Image courtesy GRDC.

Autumn is a good time to tackle snails which can damage crops. Image courtesy GRDC.

According to South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) entomologist Helen Brodie, who has been studying effective methods of snail control, the optimal time to target snails with bait...

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