I even strung, 'almost', clear invisible fishing line along each row
and then hung CD discs, also using fishing line. On a breezy, sunny
day the discs reflect the sun, shooting sunspots all over the garden
scaring away birds. But in the dawn and dusk of the day where there is
no sun, and no breeze, the birds think it's harvest time , just
I'm planting in Southern Arizona where it is still in the mid 80's and
perfect for beginingg my winter veggie garden of broccoli, peas,
spinach, beets garlic, potatoes, lettuce, cailflower, etc.
What to do so that I don't have to share 100 percent of my crop with
those selfish birds?