Slug Bait Recipes

So at this point you might be a little desperate. If you are visiting this page it means that you are currently suffering from a severe case of a slug infestation. Although they appear very docile, almost completely harmless, you have come to realize that this is not the case. These unassuming insects are actually extremely deadly when it comes to your garden and the plants that are involved.

Consequently, it is of the utmost importance that you get rid of them and quickly. However, before you turn the more deliberate and generally-deadly effects of toxic insecticides, you should investigate whether organic slug control methods including slug bait recipes are more appropriate. Slug bait recipes can be used in tandem with homemade slug traps, resulting in an effective and environmentally-friendly method of catching the slugs that are plaguing your garden.

Slug Bait Recipe 1: First you will need 2 cups of warm water. You will also need 2 teaspoons of sugar and one-fourth teaspoon of yeast. These are in no way absolute measurements. They can be altered as you see fit and multiplied if more is needed. It is also important to remember that the water cant be too hot (preferably less than 100 degrees), or you run the risk of killing the yeast. Basically, all you have to do is mix the ingredients and then pour them into your slug trap.

Slug Bait Recipe 2: Once again you will need around 2 cups of warm water as well as 1 teaspoon of sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of brewers yeast. In addition to that, you will also need to include 2 tablespoons of flour. Mix all of the ingredients, making sure not to overheat the yeast, and you will have another great slug bait. Just pour the batch into your trap and you will be good to go.