|I have small holes in the leaves of my Hosta plants... what's eating them? What do I do to stop it.
|Answer from NGA
June 2, 2010
|The most common hosta pests are slugs and snails. They hide during the day and feed at night. You can go out at night with a flashlight and pick them off your plants or you can broadcast a bait around your plants to help control them. The iron based Sluggo is really effective in controlling slugs and snails. Be sure to apply according to label directions.
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