Andermatt Home & Garden


Sale priceĀ£8.75

Are you on the hunt for a really effective slug control?

Then you might want to try SlugLessĀ®.

  • The ultimate 3x anti-slug combo - with organic 100% British straw, egg shell and biochar ā€“ all things that slugs hate
  • Forms a mat - unlike other slug pellets, once wet these break down and expand to form a unified, spiky, uncrossable mat.Ā 
  • Helps your plants - reduces the need for watering, suppresses weeds and contains carbon-sequestering biochar and straw that provide nutrients and help the soil

For best results, soak pellets in water for 10 minutes before placing around the base of plants. (in a 1:1 ratio e.g. 1L of Slugless in 1L of water).

It will puff up to form a protective barrier.

Say goodbye to slug damage, and nourish your plants at the same time? That's what we call a no-brainer.

And because weā€™re committed to sustainability, it comes in recyclable packaging.

Available in 5L, 10L or 20L bags.

When is it best to use?Ā 

Protects your plants year round when slugs are active.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

I bought this to protect my plants (obviously), but, it really works!

My pumpkin plants had been thoroughly munched until I added slugless to the pots and since there has been no more damage.

Like the other reviewer I saw this on Emma's allotment diaries.

I can definitely recommend this product! Brilliant.

dana cox
Bought this on the recommendation of Emma from YouTube Emmas Allotment Diaries

Product arrived quickly and is a bigger bag than I expected. Have not tried it yet as am still waiting for last frost before I plant anything out but Emma has tried many slug defenses and rates this as one of the most success.
I like the idea that it is all natural and will biodegrade and add goodness to the soil.

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about the product

Leaders in biocontrol

Andermatt was founded over 30 years ago by two PhD students, Mr and Mrs Andermatt, who created the world's first plant-protecting baculovirus.

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