Think of it: the volume to be collected from all these emporiums, free for the taking by someone with a broom and a bag.
The rain forest on the coast in which we live is shared by the ubiquitous slug that forages on our vegetables and flowers. There has never been a satisfactory method of control short of getting up early in the morning and cutting them in half and awaiting the cannibal slugs to come so as to divide them in half as well.
An axiom in Medicine is: There is an inverse relationship with the greatest number and variety of treatments for any condition and their effectiveness. Copper wire, beer, liquid and solid ferrous poisons and endless barriers and pathway impediments are to no avail. Give it some thought: a tiny berm of hair around a tender line of vulnerable tiny shoots which the slug would have to traverse, slug-slime coated in floor swept hair, prickly impediment dragging the unwelcome creature to its demise.
Think of it! A pickup load of hair delivered to your gardens from the multiple emporia of Victoria each day for distribution. I was enthused.
Then, I had a dream that a hairy slug entered the spinach patch and delivered hair and dandruff to the organic gardener's spinach salad. I had another dream that a realtor was discussing our home and garden as Hairy Acres. In my dream the place was impossible to sell. I concluded that there is no end to bad ideas when the mind races with fantasy