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This may keep the @#%& Squirls out of my garden! If you have any other ideas... please let me know!!!

Sunday, May 27, 2007

Hot Pepper Spray: This can be used to repel, deer, rabbits and other
pests from your flowers and some vegetables. Note, use caution with
vegetables as a peppery taste may remain on the fruit.

6 Hot Peppers, the hotter the better
2 Cups Water
1 quart Water

  • Put hot peppers and two cups of water into a blender.
  • Mix at high speed for 1-2 minutes.
  • Pour into a container and set aside for up to one day.
  • Strain liquid through a cheese cloth.
  • Add liquid into a one quart container. Fill container to top with water.
  • Apply liberally to plants. Re-apply every week to two weeks or after a rain.

  1. Blogger Perron said:

    We just use vinegar in containers ina few places. It works great.

  1. Blogger Kev Chen said:

    What about your fox urine?

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