A snail’s shell helps them move more freely than a slug over dry areas, without drying out.
You can tell you have a snail issue by eating holes left in leaves, stems and flowers.
Snails eat a wide range of vegetables and ornamental plants, especially seedlings and other soft growth.
These pests can climb well and are often found high up on plants.
Snails also eat decomposing leaves and organic matter such as rotting leaves, dung and even dead slugs and snails.