Pest Facts

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Slugs and snails are two of the most destructive garden pests. Although their outward appearance is quite different, the main difference is that slugs lack an external shell.

Slugs and snails feed at night and prefer moist, warm conditions, which is why these pests are a particular problem on the West Coast. They rarely venture from their hiding places during cold weather or exceedingly hot spells.

Slugs and snails hatch from eggs, laid in clusters, under debris, stones, compost heaps or beneath the surface of the soil. Generally, they hatch out after 20 to 30 days of favorable weather conditions. They will then continue to grow slowly, eating vegetation. While these small slugs and snails are growing and eating, they migrate towards better feeding and sheltering conditions. It is because of this migrating habit that it is impossible to completely eliminate the slug and snail problem.

With the use of CORRY’S® Slug & Snail Killer and a consistent baiting program, these pests can be reduced to a more manageable level.

Slug and snail

Moss B Ware


Eliminate moss before it damages your roof or walkway.

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Corry's Moss-B-Ware

CORRY'S Slug & Snail

Copper Tape Barrier

Tell slugs and snails they're messing with the wrong flower box.

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Corry's Slug and Snail Copper Tape Barrier

CORRY'S Slug & Snail Killer

Ready-To-Use Pellets

Draw them away from your garden once and for all.

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Corry's Slug and Snail Killer

Deadline Bug Bait

Ready-To-Use Formula

Get to over 10 pests before they get to your garden.

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Deadline Force II™ Slug & Snail Killer

Ready-To-Use Liquid Bait

One last meal for slugs and snails.

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Corry's Deadline Force II Slug and Snail Killer