Shaji M wrote:Redwinger,
Thank you! Here I was resigned to the fact that my little veggie patch was just another Whole Foods for the local squirrels. They have got into my kale, my tomatoes and didn't even give my swiss chard a chance to see enough daylight! If I weren't a James Herriot fan, this contest would not have been so one sided! But, deer repellant may change this equation. Does it have any taste or any other untoward effects ? And I am curious to know how many days before the repellant wears out.
Christina Georgina wrote:Carl, does Milorganite repel rabbits ??? They have devastated by kale, chard and sprouts this year and my have-a-heart has gone empty.
Carl Eppig wrote:We use Milorganite to keep all critters out of our garden, and have used it for many years. It is organic though of human origin (Milwaukee humans) and is a light lawn fertilizer, but we just sprinkle it around the garden and it works all season, even after heavy rain. Available at Home Depot. No, it doesn't smell bad to us.