Hi! They are pests, aren't they? I hope this article helps!
That is hard feed peanut just throw them in another area because there gonna eat regardless
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Heather: maybe this will help
Perhaps there are some alternate suggestions here:https://homeguides.sfgate.com/squirrel-problems-pecan-trees-68523.html
There may be a barrier you can put below the branches, but squirrel can really jump from other trees.
Thank y'all great tips cross my fingers!!
You probably will have challenge doing any of the above, they are great helpful suggestions. Squirrels love nuts, period. They grab them, eat them, bury them, forget where they did that, dig'em up, and so on. You might have one of those neighbors who just love squirrels and find them adorable and feed them. Best to you. So sorry this is not a solution, just an observation.
Hi Heather, here are some ideas for keeping squirrels away from your pecan trees. How do I keep squirrels out of pecan trees?
You could try wrapping a 2-foot wide metal barrier around the trunk to prevent the animals from climbing up into the tree. Remove any branches that are less than six feet from the ground. But there's really not much you can do to prevent squirrels from jumping into the canopy from nearby trees.Jul 17, 1999
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Hi Heather: Basically, you can't get rid of squirrels. Feed them somewhere else, and remember, everything needs to eat, so if you can, learn to enjoy the little buggers. I will say that they climb up my peach trees and throw peaches at me, but that's only when I forget to put something out for them:) If they are chewing on your plants, spray with a mixture of 3/4 water and 1/4 oil of clove (you can get it in the candy making section of the store, it's a bottle about 2 1/2 inches high and only costs a couple of bucks). Put this in a spray bottle and spray whatever you don't want chewed or clawed. Works for cats and dogs, too. Won't harm them, smells great, tastes terrible:( Don't put it in your pet's mouth, it can cause kidney damage if they get a bit too much, but a taste won't hurt if they lick something with it on. They won't do it twice:) Good luck
Try this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqZLlLolATw
that is not going to be and easy task for sure .. here are some tips https://www.pinterest.com/pin/478437160414999672/