Birmingham set to be invaded by slugs - here's how to protect your home
Birmingham residents should gear themselves up for an onslaught of slugs, experts are warning.
Scores of the slimy creatures are set to descend on homes and gardens across the region, it has been warned, after experts predicted perfect breeding conditions in the West Midlands.
The stark warning comes from horticultural researchers who are urging local residents to be vigilant as an army of slugs get ready to hit lawns, flower beds and kitchen floors up and down the region.
The growth in slug sightings in Birmingham comes after a mild winter last year, with a lack of frost meaning slugs... read more
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