Borrow a dog, and one of those igloo doghouses, for a few weeks, till the
plants get established. Try to borrow one that is used to living outside on
a tether, and won't whine all night. (Of course, feed it and play with it
and such during the hours the rabbits aren't around. Even working dogs need
Horrify the neighbors!
Buy some chicken wire and make some domes that are 6" bigger than the
plants. While this one will upset the neighbors it will keep you out of all
kinds of trouble that might arise from some of the other methods suggested.
Note running an extension cord to the wire cages will get you right back in
trouble again. -:)
We got "All Natural Rabbit Solution" for $24.99 from the local garden
center. Will also repel raccoons. Label says "Great for Vegetable
Gardens" "...can be applied to all shrubs, edible crops and fruit trees"
Do a google search for "Rabbit Repellent" and you'll find a wide variety
On Sun, 16 Sep 2007 08:15:08 -0700, Walter R. wrote:
How good is your math?
It is mathematically impossible to have just one rabbit.
Air rifle pellets strategically placed between a bunny's ears is very
effective in discouraging further predation. Sling shots are quiet and
very lethal. Blow guns are fun.
The rabbit problem goes back to the flood when Noah took two of every
creature on board. Unfortunately, he had enough room for rabbits.
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