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This product provides a barrier in areas where snails and slugs intrude. As their slime secretions react with the tape, they receive a mild, but unpleasant sensation. The tape works well in areas prone to infestation, such as greenhouses, raised flower beds, flower boxes, trees, vines, and potted plants. Each pack includes 15 feet of tape. Directions: Tear off the paper backing from the Copper Tape. Apply to clean, dry surfaces in areas that are prone to slug and snail infestations such as; greenhouse benches, raised flower beds, flower boxes, trees, vines, potted and container plants. Copper Tape may be nailed to wood surfaces if desired. Do not leave gaps in Copper Tape coverage as these pests may find their way through openings not protected. Do not allow plants or other objects to bridge Copper Tape as slugs and snails may cross.
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I was skeptical, but this actually works! No slugs in my raised bed this year; last year my whole crop was attacked by those creatures.Published 3 days ago by Kathy Booth
I absolutely love this Copper tape! I was having a lot of problems with slugs in my vegetable garden, they loved my kale! Read morePublished 16 days ago by Erin
Seems to help, but also used crushed egg shells around the inside of the pots and I think that is working best of all.Published 1 month ago by Helene Jarvis
I used this to isolate my stratocaster from RF noise. After spending 2 days installing meticulously there is no improvement. Get Fender noiseless pickups and be done with it!Published 1 month ago by PH
Works as advertised. Best thing is to cut out a 2 liter bottle or something to wrap the tape around to place at the base of the plang. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tom Jones
The product seemed to deter the slugs, but don't rely on the adhesive to hold in outdoor gardens. After the first rain, the tape fell completely. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jevausie
Yeah, this made no difference. I put a bunch of tape out and checked back a few days later; there were slug trails all over it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Annalise Nicholson