Any suggestions for a d.i.y. deer/rabbit repellent that works?
Joyce White on May 28, 2017Tin pie plates tied in trees bushes and poles will help. Put them high enough they will catch the wind 3 to 5 feet off the ground. Sound and noise scares almost anything away.Helpful Reply
C2i16033439 on May 28, 2017I bought Irish Spring Soap (original) cheesecloth and a little garden hanger. I shaved the soap with a potato peeler and tied it inside the cheesecloth and hung it around my flowers plants etc. I also spread shavings loosely on the ground. The deer and rabbits have disappeared and my flowers are growing beautifully! Good Luck!Helpful Reply
Pat Rogus on May 28, 2017I used the soap as well and the deer have left my hostas alone! I used a 50 cent cheese grater from Walmart. It's been 2-3 weeks since I placed the soap!Helpful Reply
Mary on May 28, 2017it is called liquid fence and it really does work. sold at menards.Helpful Reply
Hillela G. on May 29, 2017To get them to stop eating it- try sprinkling some soap around your yard (just remember to replace it after rain)Helpful Reply
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