Plants that Voles or moles won't eat ?

Anyone know of a List or catalogue that considers this issue? I've got 6 inch in ground fence barriers but they can and do go over it. Thinking adding broken glass at planting time but know it will most likely cut me. Got milky spore about and the grubs seem to be slowing down or the skunks can't find them.
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"Bill who putters" wrote

Those critters will eat most anything that you like to grow. Aside from creating a good barrier the only thing I know of to help keep their populations down is a cat, or a few cats. However moles and voles do much of their carnage in the midst of winter under a thick blanket of snow so then they are pretty safe from their natural preditors so their population soars. With vegetable gardens it's a good idea to remove as much of the plant roots as possile at the end of season. But a physical barrier is really your best defence. I buried 18" aluminum roofing flashing all around my garden perimeter nailed to my RR ties, then I have hardware cloth attached to my turkey wire fencing. And still those critters managed to find a breach, probably tunneling under the aluminum flashing. I learned to live with critters, I simply plant more, it's cheaper to share.
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