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I tried to train the bunnies to thin the carrots last year.... but they got it wrong and ate the end of the row
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They may not be too bright, but they seem to outsmart us, quite often! Ed
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I tried the old Marigold trick last year. I planted some at the ends of rows and mixed some in the middle. No rabbits, but holy cow did I have a ton of Japanese Beetles on my Marigolds, which was fine with me, just pick them off and relocate them. (politically correct) I've never seen a Japanese Beetle in my garden until last year.
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Just seen this post.
I seen this on youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PDlLRmXZAE
You may just have to add the bent part to the bottom of your existing fence.
If you can't find it, don't lose it.
I have had pretty good luck with the "critter repellant" that Lowe's sells. Comes in a spray bottle like Windex. I can't describe the smell, but it's awful. Rabbits didn't like it either!
The problem we often have with severe critter infestations is that mothballs, repellants, etc. will work a short time and then the critters ignore it.
We have a number of farm cats hanging out, and our small varmint population is very, very small. Doggone things even drug up a big ol' chicken snake a few weeks ago....
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