I have some but haven't really noticed damage. I want to get rid of them before they become a problem. Doing reading of on-line articles and here on various forum topics still leaves me befuddled as to the best way to get rid of bush snails. I really don't want to use any of the super-toxic chemicals because I have a number of tree frogs in the gh that I really enjoy plus they eat slugs and snails. Also, here in California many of the really harsh chemicals are not registered for use by the general public. It sounds like the best way, though labor intensive, is to soak a plant (potted or mounted) in a bucket of water for about 1/2 hour until all of the snails float to the top. Scoop and destroy. Another method is sprinkling diatomaceous earth on the plant and medium. This apparently works well but washes off readily. Apparently the easily obtained pellets like Sluggo, etc, do not attract the little bush snails so are ineffective for those. I do use the pellets for the larger slugs and snails and it is effective for those. I have read about the caffeine, coffee dregs, worm castings and several other things that some people think might work (or they heard about something from their cousin's best friend's father) Is anyone actually using a method that they know works on these little pests?