Answer: Lots of insect pests can make small holes in leaves so without knowing which one is the culprit, it's hard to make a suggestion. Hosta leaves are especially attractive to slugs and snails. You rarely see them because they feed at night or during the early morning hours. These are the easiest to control - use Sluggo or other slug/snail bait. I like Sluggo because it is iron based and any product not consumed breaks down into simple iron, which is good for the garden soil. Give it a try - I think it will work well for you. Good luck with your garden!
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