Today, we’re talking about rabbits and the damage they can do to your garden. While these furry creatures are often seen as cute and cuddly, they can cause a lot of destruction if left unchecked. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to protect your plants from rabbit damage.
There may be different types of rabbits that may be present in your area. The most common type is the Eastern Cottontail Rabbit which is typically found in fields or gardens near wooded areas throughout North America east of the Rocky Mountains. Other species include Jackrabbits (which have longer ears than cottontails), Snowshoe Hares (which live mainly in northern areas) and Pygmy Rabbits (the smallest species). The damage they can do includes: burrowing, uprooting plants, nibbling plants to downright devouring them.
Next up comes controlling their population so that they don't become too much for us humans living nearby! To do this effectively one could use fencing around vulnerable plants such as vegetables or flowers; motion-activated sprinklers; repellents like mothballs/pellets etc. All these methods work well but require some effort on our part - especially when trying out multiple techniques at once - but it's worth it for keeping our gardens safe from bunny intruders! Whatever you do don’t going pulling an Elmer Fud as his methods never worked, right?
Finally remember that even though rabbits may seem like pests sometimes –they really just want food & shelter–so why not provide those things somewhere away from where people grow food? That way both parties benefit without any conflict arising between them : )>>>
We hope this blog post has been helpful –if anyone has any questions feel free to reach out. Simply call NICK. Really, call 1-800-405-NICK (6425). We're always happy help out fellow gardening enthusiasts and beginners keep their green spaces safe & beautiful all year round.
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