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Copper Infused Fabric for Repelling Slugs

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The details

  • Pack of 6 reusable mats for individual strawberry plants.
  • Copper infused fabric repels slugs
  • Weed suppression & water retention
  • Also ideal for protecting lettuce or seedlings.
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£ 10.00


Strawberry Mulch Collar / Mat, Pack of 6. Copper Infused Fabric for Repelling Slugs & Snails

Ideal for smaller strawberry beds, these reusable, copper impregnated mats slip around individual plants to mulch them, repel slugs, and provide a barrier over the soil to protect the fruit. Unlike a sheet of mulch fabric that you burn holes into, they make it convenient to sow cover crops of clover among the strawberries, and to plant runners in between the mother plants.  If you need to dig out and replace a plant, there is no fuss with working through the holes in a big, fixed sheet of mulch fabric.

They are intended for strawberry growers, but of course you can use them for any small, slug-sensitive crop or seedling, especially lettuce! 

For long rows of hundreds of strawberries, it is more common to mulch them with mypex fabric, which does not contain copper and therefore needs sluggo as well for full protection.   

What to expect

Bareroot plants


Bareroot plants have no soil around the roots. They are light, easy to carry and plant.

Perfect for Winter

The ground tends to be wet in winter, ideal for planting bareroot plants.

Value for money

You pay less for the same size bareroot plants, compared to potted.


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