Snail cam busts native veg myth

Updated November 30 2021 - 7:59am, first published November 24 2021 - 4:37am
Dr Michael Nash in a canola crop on southern Yorke Peninsula with one of the time-lapse cameras used to track snail movement between native vegetation and crops.

CAMERAS tracking snail traffic between canola crops and paddock edges on southern Yorke Peninsula are set to disprove a long-held belief that neighbouring native vegetation harbours pest snails.

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