Wow, ammonia diluted only 1:2! Pretty strong, like 2.5% to 5% ammonia.
I think there are some plants whose leaves might ask you to rinse that off afterwards. As you say, "not seedlings".
Here is everything I've read about that, but I haven't yet started tested them.
These people suggested that spraying slugs directly with much weaker solutions (0.25% to 1% Ammonia and no detergent) would kill slugs, dissolve eggs, and make SOME plant leaves unhappy.
I see that store-bought ammonia has a range of strength, so they may be using cheap ammonia and maybe you have The Good Stuff.
But yours sounds like it works very well, and they talked about their ongoing struggle, if I recall.
So I'm thinking that I should experiment next spring. Spray a row with 3 different strengths, and see which get eaten.
"Household ammonia ranges in concentration by weight from 5 to 10% ammonia."
So 1:2 dilution is 2.5% to 5% NH3.
1:5 dilution is 0.5% to 1%
1:10 dilution is 0.25% to 0.5%.
The source links are now broken, but:
"Ammonia water: 1 part ammonia to 9 parts water. (Can spray the plant, but then rinse).
If you've got Lilies or Asters be extra-vigilant. I use a spray bottle and do ground/plant where I feel there may be little buggers hiding, ..."
"someone else said "20%" or 1 part ammonia plus 4 parts water (maybe not directly on plants)